Wet, wet, wet!


Richard Jackson Flower Power setTalking to my gardening journalist friends at the Garden Press Show yesterday, we couldn’t remember a more difficult start to the gardening year. Probably the most important job for us all, once the ground has started to dry out, is to start to replace all the essential nutrients washed out of the soil and compost by all that rain.

My Today’s Special Value offer coming to QVC on Sunday 23rd February will be just what every gardener needs. It includes a bumper 2kg pack of Flower Power (the biggest we produce) and a 100g pack of my brand new Flower Power All Season plant food.

Flower Power isn’t like ordinary plant foods. It contains extra high levels of potash and it can help DOUBLE the number of flowers, fruits and vegetables your plants produce. Thousands of QVC gardeners have discovered what a difference it can make, and this year, it could make an even bigger difference.

I’m delighted to be launching my brand new All Season version of Flower Power. One application of these special granules feeds Flower Power nutrients for up to six months! They’re ideal for time pressed gardeners to use in pots and containers but also, they are ideal to use in the spring on borders and on the allotment as a way of slowly replacing those essential nutrients leached by the rain.

I’m really proud of this special kit. I can’t think of a better way to help your garden recover from the winter wet and to help your plants put on the best ever display this spring and summer!

Happy gardening,


Browse the Flower Power range online now


  1. Sarah P February 17, 2014 at 4:52 pm -  Reply

    Mr Jackson!!
    Very excited about this – glad I saw it as we thinking of ordering!! Can you let me know whether the hose end feeder will be back on sale this year? I have had two before with the law magic and one with flower power – both broke unfortunately but it is so much easier to use the feeds with this. Any chance??

  2. Jan Kitching February 17, 2014 at 7:43 pm -  Reply

    Can Plant Food be used on young trees and shrubs t give them a good start?

  3. stuart February 18, 2014 at 12:07 am -  Reply

    to hello qvcuk
    from stuart osborne ps
    to hello richard jacksons

  4. Jean Pugh February 18, 2014 at 3:05 pm -  Reply

    Hi Richard,
    Looking forward to your TSV, your plant food is fantastic, have used it for a long time now, get fantastic results.
    I would also like to mention your bird food, which is a great hit with the birds, as for the Pigeons they love it, yesterday I had to laugh as there were six of them on the bird table having a right sort out as to who was going to get the food, they are there everyday feeding. There are also two doves who come in everyday to feed. As for the Robin he does not like the Blue Tits using HIS bird table, chases them off. As I am writing this I can see three Pigeons and two doves all queuing up for a feed.
    Regards Jean.

  5. carol mc keown March 3, 2014 at 2:10 pm -  Reply

    Hi Richard
    Love the qvc shows. Can you tell me is it okay to feed bulbs and other plants that are starting to grow three times a week giving the soil is so wet.

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