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Bone Meal 3-15-0

Down To Earth Bone Meal 3-15-0 Fertilizer
A wonderful source of Phosphorus and Calcium for flowering plants, trees and ornamentals, Bone Meal is recognized as the ideal organic fertilizer when planting bulbs to promote strong root development and enhance early season growth.

25 lb Bag

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

Bone Meal 3-15-0

Bone Meal 3-15-0

$87.99

Down To Earth Bone Meal 3-15-0 Fertilizer
A wonderful source of Phosphorus and Calcium for flowering plants, trees and ornamentals, Bone Meal is recognized as the ideal organic fertilizer when planting bulbs to promote strong root development and enhance early season growth.

50 lb Bag

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

Bone Meal 3-15-0

Bone Meal 3-15-0

$17.99

Down To Earth Bone Meal 3-15-0 Fertilizer
A wonderful source of Phosphorus and Calcium for flowering plants, trees and ornamentals, Bone Meal is recognized as the ideal organic fertilizer when planting bulbs to promote strong root development and enhance early season growth.

5 lb Box

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

Planting Peas

This early spring-planted crop prefers to be directly sowed into the ground, rather than started indoors and transplanted. Down To Earth seasonally carries many varieties of pea seeds sold in packets and in bulk.  There are several different types of peas you can grow in the garden to eat: all delicious and all with different…

How to Grow Your Own Onions

Types of Onions In general, there are three different types of onions available, and these can be grown by seed or by transplants which are sold in “sets”. Yellow:  Yellow onions are the most commonly grown and used.  Yellows are full-flavored and become much milder and sweeter when cooked. Red:  Red onions boast a beautiful…

Growing Garlic

Garlic is divided into two types: hardnecks and softnecks. Hardnecks grow with a hard woody stalk, prefer cooler winters, have a warm to hot spicy flavor, and store for 3 to 6 months. Softnecks have a softer stem suitable for braiding, milder flavor, and store 6 to 9 months. Planting Garlic survives bitterly cold winters…