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Green Light 97002 Super Bloom - 2 lb (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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Grow your own plants and herbs 5 times faster than in soil. See Miracle-Gro's full selection of soil-free indoor gardens.

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  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001B2SP9E
  • Item model number: 97002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,680 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

Green Light 97002 2 Pound Super Bloom?? 12-55-6 Plus Iron

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Green Light Organic Super Bloom - 2 lb #97002

Customer Reviews

Just Awesome to see great results so quickly.
Karen Lutz
Plants need all of these three key fertilizers to do their best, and the whooping 55% phosphorus from Super Bloom encourages your flowers to bloom their best.
Michael -
All in all, a GREAT product that I'll continue to purchase both for my own use and my clients. :)
Pie Grrrl

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Pie Grrrl TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 17, 2012
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I did my Master's Thesis on Fertilizers and Plant Growth. Long story short: I found that of all the products available in 1985, Schultz's Brand of fertilizers were superior to any others on the marketplace, as far as soluble powders go. It's now 2012 and for reason's unknown to me, Schultz's products are NO WHERE TO BE FOUND! :( Even visiting the official website only nets you wee bottles of Cactus and African Violet Ready To Use Droplets. Fare thee well, Schultz.

I then went to amazon, ordered several untried brands of soluble powder fertilizers, did field trials and THIS brand is the one I now order in bulk for use in the 127 gardens we maintain. WHY this brand and not the omnipresent Miracle Gro?

1) Anti-Foam Factor: I don't know WHAT or WHY Miracle Gro has a compound in their granulated fertilizer that causes it to foam up like a capful of Tide detergent but it's obnoxious and difficult to work with! "Time Is Money" in all businesses, and when my crew and I are filling up 4 watering cans of fertilizer per site, only to have Day-Glo BLUE foam either boiling out of the top or oozing out of the end of the buckets (despite being only 1/2 full of water), it's a serious time consumer! We either have to continuously scoop the foam off to fill the buckets or allow the World's Slowest Trickle of water to fill the watering cans, trying to eliminate the foam factor.

With THIS product, there is very little foaming. Yes, there's still some foam, whereas Schultz's was 0% foam. However, it quickly dissipates when the bucket is filled.

2) NO BLUE DYE!!!! Again, I'd love to pick the brains of Miracle Gro developers and ask them "WHY the Day-Glo dye and WHY does it need to foam???" So, what's the problem with blue foam? It dyes EVERYTHING ON CONTACT!!!!!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Vicki Lea Fey on May 14, 2009
Greeen Light Super Bloom is the best thing I have ever found to keep you flowers blooming all season. It is truly a 5 star product and very hard to find in my region of Okalhoma for some reason.

Leavicki
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. Scruggs on September 25, 2009
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My balcony garden on my 4th floor condo is well known throughout the neighborhood for its lush foliage and it's constantly in bloom plants. Not only are they always in bloom, the flowers produced are huge compared to those of others in the neighborhood. And the foliage benefits as well. I planted fountain grass as spikes this year, never expecting it to grow to the extent it did it an 8" x 8" window box. My fountain grass, with virtually no room for roots is much larger and healthier than those planted in the ground by neighborhood gardeners.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael - on September 3, 2011
The two pound container of Super Bloom is the best value; likely this size container will provide the average homeowner with about a year's supply.

On the front of the container you will find the numbers 12-55-6; this is required by law. These numbers represent the percentage (by weight) of the three major nutrients required for healthy plant growth, always in the same order: nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium (N-P-K). Each of these nutrients affects plant growth differently, and the formulation you select should depend on your specific gardening needs.

Super Bloom has 12% nitrogen, 55% phosphorus, and 6% potassium by weight. It has a very high percentage (55%) of phosphorus. Phosphorous stimulates root growth, hastens the maturity of plants, promotes development of flowers, fruits, seeds; and remains in the soil well. A phosphorous deficiency can result in slow or stunted growth and perhaps a purplish discoloration on the leaves of the plants. I use Super Bloom as a supplement to my standard all purpose fertilizer and my rose fertilizer; I treat my roses and other flowering plants to a dose about once a month and my roses/flowers treat me to great and continous blooms.

All purpose fertilizer has percentages of 10/10/10, or 5/5/5, or 20/20/20 (or some type of balanced numbers) - a somewhat equal amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and postassium by weight. Plants need all of these three key fertilizers to do their best, and the whooping 55% phosphorus from Super Bloom encourages your flowers to bloom their best.

So, if your flowers/roses/etc. are not giving you the blooms you'd like, then trying the one pound container is worth a try. If it works for you and your flowers then you'll get a better value on the two pound size.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By moviejnkey on January 10, 2011
jack straw is right... although in the main title of the item it doesn't say organic if u look closely at the description or manufacturers title it says green light organic super bloom... there is NO organic product with those kind of percentages of phosphate out there so its easy to notice for someone like me but dont be fooled. lets hope its a typo and they fix it ...

with that being said, if u know these are chemical fertilizers and u can live with that then using this as an alternative to more expensive bloom boosters is an "economically viable" option.. this is also a good ratio to use very diluted to feed and root cuttings..
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By netta on March 31, 2012
OMG!!! I have finally gotten my bougainvillea to bloom. They are going crazy over this stuff. I have been using it for only 1 month now and i use it on all of my flowering flowers. They are just loving it. Some of my flowers that i haven't seen bloom in a whole year, now have blooms everywhere. I tell you, my next purchase will be the 20lb container. Its funny because the owner of a nursier advised me to buy this stuff, because i told him i was try to get some bromeliads to bloom, so i went to the store and a guy there advised me not to get it because it would me to much for my knockout roses. So i bought something else he suggested. But i couldnt get bloom booster off my mind, so i went back to the store and bought it anyways. And im in love with it. Sort of pricey, Cause i have alot of plants , but i have to have it. Have not burn any of my plants either, by the way.
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