Liquid plant nutrition, stimulators and substrates have become essentials in the world of gardening and growing. Whether you’re a home gardening enthusiast or a more experienced cultivator that grows crops on a larger scale, you’ll need the right products for a successful harvest. To meet the demand of versatile and multi-purpose plant nutrition, Wilma’s Lawn & Garden is always developing new products to satisfy the needs of every type of plant or crop. Our continuous research, testing and innovating allows Wilma’s Lawn & Garden to offer a huge collection of premium quality products suitable for any form of cultivation.
Recently, our product range has expanded with some established brands; Atami, B‘Cuzz, ATA and ATA NRG. All these brands have their own high quality products. With this wide choice of universal products, growers are able to tailor the plant nutrition to perfection. Everything can be measured to a specific solution and customized to fit the needs of any individual plant or crop. This versatility of brands and products makes Wilma’s Lawn & Garden the economical choice to get high-quality plant nutrition at a reasonable price.
How to decipher the labels of the substrates?
Choosing a substrate isn’t an easy task and even experimented growers struggle with this sometimes. The unique values of the properties of each substrate are written on the label of this particular substrate. But do you know what each property refers to? In these articles we tell you everything!
Herbal teas, using home-grown herbs
Herbal tea in itself is a lovely drink, but because of its medicinal qualities it may also help you to relax, or give a natural energy-boost. All our recipes for herbal tea can be made with home-grown herbs.
Manganese deficiency – the forgotten element
Manganese is a mineral element that is essential for strong and healthy plants and has so many roles in the metabolism that scientists are still working to understand the diverse effects of manganese in plants. Do not confuse it with magnesium, because although their names are similar, they are two totally different elements!