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The right mix delivers the best results

30th April 2014

The right mix delivers the best results

Growing plants in a soil mix that is best suited to their needs makes all the difference in gardening. The experts at Daltons know that for strong healthy plants it’s worth getting the right mix at the start, and these new products make it easy. The very handy 4-in-1 Daltons Premium Lawn Patching Gold mix takes the hard work out of ridding your lawn of pesky brown patches, and the Daltons Premium Bulb Mix and Daltons Premium Orchid Mix will get beautiful blooms out of your orchids and bulbs this season.

Autumn and Spring are the best seasons to work on your lawn and new to the Premium Lawn Solutions range is Daltons Premium Lawn Patching Gold, which is ideal for re-sowing those brown patches in the lawn that have been bothering you. Simple to use, it contains everything you need in one bag – no more half used bags of lawn seed or soil left lying around the shed! Daltons Premium Lawn Patching Gold mix is packed with fast germinating hardy lawn seed and coconut fibre to provide an instant seed bed. Seed germination and moisture retention is improved through the expanding cellulose mulch granules. Blended from natural and renewable ingredients with added premium lawn fertiliser, this mix has everything you need to get your lush green lawn back to its best!

For orchid lovers the newly reformulated Daltons Premium Orchid Mix assures beautiful, strong blooms. The mix contains coco fibre to promote strong root development, improving nutrient uptake. With the complete blend of controlled release fertilisers you can rest assured that your orchids will safely receive a steady supply of nutrients for up to 12 months.

Bulb planting season is upon us and Daltons Premium Bulb mix is specially formulated to provide a perfectly balanced free draining mix for healthy bulbs and beautiful blooms in your garden, whether its outdoor growing or in pots and containers. Not just for flowers, the mix is also ideal for growing shallots, onions and garlic. Daltons Premium Bulb Mix has added calcium and a complete blend of fertilisers including 6 month controlled release fertiliser to promote vigorous flowering bulbs. Commercially proven – this mix is used by professional nurseries throughout New Zealand.

These Daltons products are formulated using quality, renewable ingredients and are available nationwide through Bunnings, and all good gardening centres.

Premium Lawn Patching Gold – available in 4ltr RRP $22.00 (in store from 1st May 2014)
Premium Bulb Mix available 15ltr bags RRP $10.00
Premium Orchid Mix available in 5ltr RRP $7.00 and 15ltr bags RRP $10.00

For more information go to www.daltons.co.nz or visit them on Facebook.

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