Osmocote 1kg Native Gardens Controlled Release Fertiliser

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Formulated with full trace elements and minerals, Osmocote controlled release plant food provides continuous, balanced plant feeding for at least 6 months. Nutrients are released as the plant requires it, providing optimum plant performance with less fertiliser, and very little excess or leaching, keeping the environment cleaner and healthier.

  • Specially formulated for phosphorus-sensitive plants, including South African proteas, leucadendrons, leucospermums and serrurias
  • A complete nutrition package - containing Iron and added trace elements and minerals that are specifically suited to this plant group
  • Contains a professional wetting agent to improve watering efficiency
  • Up to 6 months controlled release feeding
Model Name
Osmocote Native Gardens Controlled Release Plant Food 1kg
Model Number
Light brown
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:128 H:140 L:128
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:269 H:156 L:399
Longevity (Months)
Recommended Use
Using the rate recommended on the container, sprinkle the Native Gardens around the dripline. Add also to potting mix and to soil at planting time.
Season Use
The best time to apply is in spring and again in late summer
Water Soluble
Time Release
refer to MSDS
Safe for Vegetables
Nitrogen Analysis (N)
Phosphorus Analysis (P)
Potassium Analysis (K)
Added Wetting Agent
Added Trace Elements
Material Safety Data Sheet

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