Internet #100112335

Model # 100099125

Store SKU #219475

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15 lb. Bone Meal Lawn Fertilizer

  • Organic fertilizer filled with nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium
  • Plant food for tulips, daffodils and all other bulbs
  • Promotes root and flower growth without burning plants
$ 20 23

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Product Overview

  • Organic fertilizer filled with nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium
  • Plant food for tulips, daffodils and all other bulbs
  • Promotes root and flower growth without burning plants
Lilly Miller Bone Meal is an organic fertilizer that is naturally rich in nitrogen and phosphorus, two important plant nutrients. Nitrogen supports growth and greening, and phosphorus is critical for root growth, flowering and fruiting. This unique plant food feeds for up to 4 weeks and is ideal for use on bulbs like tulips, daffodils, freesia and more. For a whole bed or border of bulbs, 2 cups covers 20 sq. ft. of garden. For a bulb bed or border, 1 & 1/4 cup covers 12 sq. ft. of garden. For individual bulbs, sprinkle 1 tbsp. in a circle around the plant.
  • Organic
  • Long term lawn care - flower food feeds naturally for up to 4 weeks
  • Naturally rich in phosphorous for root growth, abundant fruit and colorful flowers
  • 6-12-0 formula provides organic nitrogen and phosphorous
  • Burn-resistant to not harm plants
  • 6-12-0 fertilizer analysis provides the nutrients plants need to grow
  • What is the Best Fertilizer for my Yard?

Product Overview

  • Organic fertilizer filled with nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium
  • Plant food for tulips, daffodils and all other bulbs
  • Promotes root and flower growth without burning plants
Model #: 100099125
Sku #: 219475
Internet #: 100112335

Lilly Miller Bone Meal is an organic fertilizer that is naturally rich in nitrogen and phosphorus, two important plant nutrients. Nitrogen supports growth and greening, and phosphorus is critical for root growth, flowering and fruiting. This unique plant food feeds for up to 4 weeks and is ideal for use on bulbs like tulips, daffodils, freesia and more. For a whole bed or border of bulbs, 2 cups covers 20 sq. ft. of garden. For a bulb bed or border, 1 & 1/4 cup covers 12 sq. ft. of garden. For individual bulbs, sprinkle 1 tbsp. in a circle around the plant.

  • Organic
  • Long term lawn care - flower food feeds naturally for up to 4 weeks
  • Naturally rich in phosphorous for root growth, abundant fruit and colorful flowers
  • 6-12-0 formula provides organic nitrogen and phosphorous
  • Burn-resistant to not harm plants
  • 6-12-0 fertilizer analysis provides the nutrients plants need to grow
  • What is the Best Fertilizer for my Yard?

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Specifications

Dimensions

Package Size (lb.)
15 Lbs.
Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
21
Product Width (in.)
10

Details

Active Ingredients
Nitrogen,Available Phosphate,Calcium
Compatible Grass Type
All Purpose,Bent Grass,Bermuda,Bluegrass,Centipede,Fescue,Rye,St. Augustine (Floratam),Tall Fescue,Zoysia
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
20
Delivery Method
Granular
Dry Fertilizer Type
Dry Lawn Fertilizer
Emergent Type
Neither Pre nor Post Emergent
Features
Water Soluble
Fertilizer Formula
Bone Meal
Longevity (weeks)
4
N-P-K Ratio
6-12-0
Organic
Organic
Returnable
30-Day
Season Use
All-Season
Time release
Slow release

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
yes

Specifications

Dimensions

Package Size (lb.)
15 Lbs.
Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
21
Product Width (in.)
10

Details

Active Ingredients
Nitrogen,Available Phosphate,Calcium
Compatible Grass Type
All Purpose,Bent Grass,Bermuda,Bluegrass,Centipede,Fescue,Rye,St. Augustine (Floratam),Tall Fescue,Zoysia
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
20
Delivery Method
Granular
Dry Fertilizer Type
Dry Lawn Fertilizer
Emergent Type
Neither Pre nor Post Emergent
Features
Water Soluble
Fertilizer Formula
Bone Meal
Longevity (weeks)
4
N-P-K Ratio
6-12-0
Organic
Organic
Returnable
30-Day
Season Use
All-Season
Time release
Slow release

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
yes

Questions & Answers

Is this a powder or granular? Can I put it in my lawn spreader?

Is this a powder or granular? Can I put it in my lawn spreader?
Asked by: Gerry
This product is granular.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2020-03-01

Is it only ok for lawns or can it be used in veggie and fruit gardens

Is this OMRI listed and is it safe for veggie and fruit gardens
Asked by: GardeningMom
Yes you can use this in your garden
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2020-05-19

Can this be used on grass (lawn)?

Can this be used on grass (lawn)?
Asked by: shah
Hi shah, Lilly Miller Bone Meal is intended for use with bulbs. We don’t recommend it for lawn treatments. A quality lawn fertilizer like Pennington Ultragreen Lawn Food might be an option to consider. Thanks!
Answered by: Lilly Miller Team
Date published: 2018-05-03

My friend adds this to her dogs raw diet, is this safe for animals to ingest?

My friend adds this to her dogs raw diet, is this safe for animals to ingest?
Asked by: Keligrl36
Probably not. This type of garden supplement material is NOT tested for heavy metals (Arsenic, lead, chromium, etc.) that could harm a dog or pet if ingested. After all, IT IS NOT meant to be eaten. Until the 1980's, bone meal was used by humans as an inexpensive calcium supplement... until it was tested and contained a lot of lead and other toxic metals. At this point, use for humans was discontinued and that is why today you don't often see "bone meal" supplement pills in the pharmacy. I'd suggest you tell your friend to stop. He is slowly poisoning his dog :(
Answered by: TheOtter
Date published: 2020-04-12
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