I have 0.5 liter bonsai liquid fertilizer that has outlived my bonsai. I have tried to give it away for free in my local Facebook plant groups, but as it seems no one is really into bonsai in my area. So I was wondering if I could use them on my regular houseplants.
These are the ingredients (NPK 3,8,5?):
- N (3.0 m/v%)
- P2O5 (7.8 m/v%)
- K2O (5.1 m/v%)
- Cu (0.002 m/v%)
- Fe (0.02 m/v%)
- Mn (0.01 m/v%)
- Zn (0.002 m/v%)
These are the type of plants that I have:
- Chinese evergreens
- Philodendron hederaceum (regular green and Brasil), Rojo congo and a Golden dragon.
Apart from these I have a ZZ plant, a Yucca, a Pandanus and an Aloe vera.
Which plants and how often could I fertilize during a growing season without worrying of over fertilizing or other problems?
My Pothos are still growing could I use the fertilizer on them during the winter?