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To determine the type of bulb fertilizer you need, you not only need to know the type of plant but also the type of soil. The amount of nutrients available for plant uptake vary based on the type of soil as a result of soil-fertilizer interactions. Generally speaking, an all purpose fertilizer is sufficient but not optimal for bulb growth; bulb fertilizer is usually 10-10-10. It is best to sample your soil and have it tested to get an idea what the situation is first. Bulbs begin to grow soon after they are planted in the fall. The growth is underground, so you don't know it is happening. The bulb begins to send out and develop its root system almost immediately. Fall growth of the root system is fueled by water and nutrients, so a good application of fertilizer is extremely important.
As you plant your bulbs, put some of the fertilizer into each hole as directed on the fertilizer box. For established beds, you can sprinkle fertilizer on top of the soil and mix it in. After the blooms have died, another application of general purpose fertilizer will help the plant to create and store the food it needs for next year. The Dr. Earth products do improve soil structure and is formulated to feed both short and long term. This product is used to feed all bulbs, tubers, corms and rhizomes and is 100% natural and organic.