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Dig 3″ wide holes around the drip line that are 12-18″ deep & 2-3′ apart Divide the Holly-tone evenly and pour into the holes. Backfill the holes with soil and water thoroughly. To see a video on how to do this click here.

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Holly-tone is long-lasting so you'll only need to fertilize twice in a season. If you fertilize in the summer, you risk encouraging green vegetative growth at the expense of flower bud development.

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After you’ve identified and fixed your soil’s pH, it’s time to feed acid loving plants. Feeding them with Holly-tone in spring creates bigger blooms — and more of them. Feeding them again in the fall will ensure year-round health and beauty of your Acid-Loving plants.

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When Do You Apply Holly Tone? After digging a hole for a new plant, remove half the soil and replace it with compost, peat moss or humus. Then, mix 1 cup of Holly Tone into the amended soil before placing the plant in the hole.

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Learn how to use Espoma Organic Holly-tone and Plant-tone on your trees and shrubs. Learn how to use Espoma Organic Holly-tone and Plant-tone on your trees and shrubs. Skip navigation

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Use a slow release nitrogen fertilizer to stimulate good growth during the summer; two months later, apply an acidic fertilizer like Holly-tone. Repeat the application of Holly-tone in six weeks, and remember to feed azaleas before you prune, not after. You can also provide your azaleas with needed nutrients and protect their shallow roots by ...

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Holly-tone is a good example of this type of product. How to Fertilize Holly. Pull back the mulch and apply the fertilizer directly to the soil around the holly. If you are using a complete fertilizer with a nitrogen content of eight to ten percent, use one-half pound of fertilizer for each half-inch of trunk diameter. ...

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Add one cup Holly-tone ® and mix thoroughly. Holly-tone ® is an organic, slow-release fertilizer and is enhanced with Bio-tone ® microbes, so it is very safe to use. Established acid-loving plants should be fed twice yearly, spring and late fall. Sprinkle Holly-tone ® around like adding salt and pepper to food.

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Shrubs in the rhododendron genus do not require much fertilizer to thrive, and they react poorly if you give them too much. Many gardeners use an organic fertilizer called Holly-Tone, designed ...

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Espoma's Holly-Tone is 100% natural, backed by 80+ years of proven success, and rich in natural organics. This natural alternative to use around people and pets will boost growth and production for azaleas, blueberries, evergreens, hollies, raspberries, strawberries and many more acid-loving plants!