Say hello to my Young Plant Food


Richard Jackson's Young Plant Food Hi everyone,

It's taken me four years but at last I've done it! I've managed to persuade the manufacturer of a very special plant feed used by professional growers to allow me to make it available to home gardeners.

Launching my Young Plant Food

At the weekend, I launched my Young Plant Food and once the viewers saw what an amazing difference it can make to the growth and establishment of young plants, I was chuffed to bits how keen they were to be amongst the very first to try it.

It's used and recommended under its professional name by top growers and nurseries in over 50 countries around the world. The special combination of gentle nutrients and calcium help young plants establish faster, grow better and start flowering earlier. No wonder the professionals are so keen on it!

Here's how to use it…

I recommend home gardeners use it just three times: initially to water in the young plants when potting into 9cm pots, again two weeks later and finally when planting out into the garden or patio containers in May.
A little goes a long way, so one 500ml bottle should last most gardeners up to three years! Two weeks after planting out into the garden, I switch the feeding to Flower Power which I then use twice a week until the end of the season.
You can buy Young Plant Food on its own or as part of a kit with Flower Power (which is fantastic value).

Happy gardening,


1 Comment

  1. Carole Pugh June 3, 2010 at 9:03 pm -  Reply

    hi Richard,
    I bought some strawberry hanging plants last year from QVC. I did what was advised i.e. cut them back, rapped them up and put in a dark place until this year. Unfortunately, they have not grown this year. Could you please tell i have done everything correctly as i am disappointed that thy have not come back.
    Yours thankfully,
    Carole Pugh

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