A&P Nursery offers Lawn and Garden Products in Mesa, Gilbert, and Queen Creek, Arizona
Here at A&P Nursery, we want to do more than just help select the best plants and trees for your landscape; we want to help you keep them healthy and full. Below is a collection of lawn and garden products that we’ve found to help ourselves and our customers keep their landscapes plants thriving in the East Phoenix Valley – and we’re happy to recommend them to you.
Our Recommended Moisture Mulches, Citrus Tree Foods, New Lawn Starters, and More
Lawn and Garden Products Recommended by the Pros at A&P Nursery
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||A&P Moisture Mulch:|
A composted mulch with nutrients, 2 cubic foot bag, use with any planting. Also provides a 6 month warranty
when purchased with plants.
||Bedding Plant Food:|
7-22-8 analysis, 4 lb. or 15 lb. bag - Use when
preparing flower beds or after plants are already
planted. Use year round.
||Fruit, Citrus and Pecan Tree Food:|
19-10-5 analysis, 4 lb. or 20 lb. bag - Use three
times a year, spring, fall and ½ feeding in the
summer. Great for any fruit or nut trees.
11-15-11 analysis, 4 lb. or 15 lb. bag - Balanced
fertilizer for roses, flower beds and vegetables.
Use all year before or after planting.
18-06 + 10% sulfur and water soluble iron for greening
, 30 lb. bag - Use only over the summer. Great fertilizer
for the Southwest. Covers up to 7000 sq. ft.
||New Lawn Starter:|
9-13-7 analysis, 4 lb., 10 lb., 20 lb. or 40 lb.
bag - Use only when planting a new lawn by seed
||Palm Tree Food:|
12-8-4 analysis, 20 lb. bag - Use on any palm over
the summer months.
4-10-3 analysis, 1 pt., 1 qt. and 1 gal. - Used
for any transplanting of trees, shrubs and flower
beds. Helps with shock. Can also be used on established
plants that are in stress.
||Tree and Shrub Food:|
19-8-10 analysis, 4 lb. or 20 lb. bag - A balanced
fertilizer, can be used on any plants, trees, palms
or groundcover. Use 3 times a year - spring, fall
and ½ feeding in the summer.
20 lb. or 40 lb. bag - Use only while the temperature
is below 95 degrees on broadleaf weeds.