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Baby bio outdoors

Hi all,

ive got an old bottle of unused baby bio, I don’t/can’t have houseplants so does it have a use outdoors?

it seems to have a very high nitrogen concentration compared to general feed I have.

Roses, geraniums, grapevine, young trees, blueberries are potential recipients.

Thanks.

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  • AnniDAnniD South West UKPosts: 10,567
    Don't think it would do any damage @JoeX.
    You could always buy a couple of houseplants l suppose  :)
  • JoeXJoeX Posts: 1,766
    Not if I want to avoid sleeping on the sofa :)
  • AnniDAnniD South West UKPosts: 10,567
    I see . In that case, ignore the last sentence 😁
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 20,870
    I wouldn’t put a high nitrogen content on any of those. 
    Baby bIo is for house plants, most of them are just green leafy plants. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • FireFire North LondonPosts: 16,398
    Hostas?
  • AnniDAnniD South West UKPosts: 10,567
    Maybe try Freecycle? 
  • steephillsteephill Posts: 2,509
    I would just use it 5 times more dilute than standard as a general feed. You would soon use up that small bottle in a garden.
  • It'll be fine - just dilute it a bit more.
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