Gardening Help – Superthrive
Superthrive is the miracle drug that revives distressed or transplanted or newly planted plants!
What do you do when your plants look sickly from transplant shock or are stressed from heat or other damage?
The gardener in me wants to share the knowledge!
Actually, drug is not the best description. Superthrive is more like a vitamin/mineral solution for sickly plants. Think of it as super-supplement on steroids for your garden plants. Except steroids are bad…and this isn’t.
This planting season alone it has brought back to life a few things for me -my grown-from-seed Canterbury Vines, which were browning and not growing and are now green and luscious and climbing to the sky, and some coneflowers I purchased at a local nursery sale that I planted in the heat this week were faltering but now are smiling with joy!
It’s not necessarily to be used as a fertilizer. It’s to be used as a salve of sorts or a medicine in time of need. You apply it once and then again in a week or two, and that’s all it usually takes.
It is wonderful and time and again has revived plants that I’ve either transplanted out of my greenhouse, or a plant that I’ve planted from my nursery that begin to look sickly, either from transplant shock or other damage. In fact I automatically use it now on new plants because it almost guarantees no problems.
I use one tiny cap full of the small bottle in my 2 gallon watering can so it also lasts a very long time! If you can’t find it at your local nursery, you can find it here.
Try it for yourself and see…by the way…I in no way am getting anything from the company. I just wanted to spread the word!