Hours of Operation:

  • Mon–Sat.: 8:00am–5:00pm
  • Sun: Closed
401 Crain Highway S.
Glen Burnie, MD 21061

What Type Of Fertilizer Should I Use?

The best way to ensure that your garden yields the best results is by fertilizing it. This includes beautiful flowers, as well as tasty produce. In order to produce the best possible plants for your garden, you don’t have to turn to crazy spells and rituals. There are safe non-toxic fertilizers that can do wonders to your yard. Below are a few types of common fertilizers.Black soil

  • Bone Meal – bone meal is made from crushed animal bones. The fertilizer is rich in phosphorus and can aid in healthy root development for plants. A little bit of bone meal goes a long way in terms of root development for plants.
  • Cottonseed Meal – this is a slow release fertilizer. It is a by-product of cotton manufacturing and it has a high nitrogen content.
  • Fish Emulsion – fish emulsion contains a high concentration of nitrogen. Using this type of fertilizer in small quantities can give your plants a major growth spurt.
  • Manure – this is the best known type of fertilizer. It is the byproduct of many different animals but manure can kill harmful bacteria and weeds that may harm your plants.

In 1954, Evergreen Gene’s opened its doors in Glen Burnie, MD. The store functioned as a garden center that offered landscaping, lawn maintenance and hardscaping services. When you walk into our store, the selection of trees, flowers and other shrubbery will amaze you. Our inventory has anything that a horticulturist like yourself could possibly want.

Evergreen Gene’s is conveniently located at 401 Crain Highway South, Glen Burnie, and is open during regular business hours. We are always happy to speak with our customers, so do not hesitate to give us a call at 410-766-6877.

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