How to use GlenGrow

For lawns: GlenGrow is great as topdressing. It's a good way to introduce nitrogen and more organic matter for less water use, without fear of burning the grass. For seeding, cover the existing ground with one to two inches, then broadcast seeds and complete the planting normally. For sodding, cover the existing ground with one to two inches of GlenGrow, till it into to a depth of six inches and then install the sod. Keep it moist.

For established lawns: Spread one-quarter to one-half inch of GlenGrow in late fall or early spring. Water well and aerate after applying for best results.

For flowerbeds: You can amend your soil with about one part GlenGrow to four parts soil or mix one inch of GlenGrow with the top four inches of existing soil. Water it in.

For vegetable gardens: Use the same ratio as your flower beds. You’ll see salt-sensitive veggies thrive after an application of GlenGrow. 

For containers: Just blend one part GlenGrow with one part soil or soilless mix. Do it in the Spring and you won’t have to fertilize until July.

For roses: Prepare your ground as you would for flowerbeds and then plant your rosebush in a mixture of one part GlenGrow to four parts soil.

For tubers and bulbs: Use one part GlenGrow to four parts soil. Surround the bulb with a good handful of mixture and plant at the recommended depth.

For berries: Mix one inch of GlenGrow with the top six to eight inches of soil.

For trees and shrubs: Dig a hole about double the width and depth of the root ball. Put the plant back into the loosened native soil and top dress with Glengrow to conserve moisture and feed the soil.