Rose Feed

For healthier, fuller and more brilliant roses.

Rosarians use all-natural Mile-Hi Rose Feed to grow healthier, fuller and more brilliant roses. It contains a unique combination of 6 natural elements: Mile-Hi Kelp Meal, alfalfa meal, meat and bone meal, blood meal, fish meal and cottonseed meal. Primary elements used are nitrogen, phosphorus and potash, with secondary elements calcium, magnesium and sulfur, and trace elements iron, zinc, manganese, copper, boron, and molybdenum. Nutrients release slowly into the soil benefiting roots over months and even years.

The Nitty Gritty

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

New Roses: Mix 1/2 cup of Mile-Hi Rose Feed per 5 gallons of soil.  After filling hole and securing plant, scratch in recommended* measure of Mile-Hi Rose Feed around base of each plant and water in.

Established Roses: Three times every growing season, scratch in recommended* measure of Mile-Hi Rose Feed around base of each plant and water in.

For best results, use in combination with Mile-Hi Kelp Meal.

*Recommended Measures: Large Roses = 1 Cup; Medium Roses = 1/2 Cup; Miniature Roses = 1/3 Cup

AVAILBLE IN:
  • 64 Ounce Shaker
  • 1 Gallon Bucket
  • 2 Gallon Bucket
  • 25 Pound Bag
Product Facts:

Guaranteed Analysis

Total Nitrogen (N)
Available Phosphoric Acid (P2O5)
Soluble Potash (K2O)
Iron (Fe)
Sulphur (S)
Magnesium (Mg)
7.0%
8.0%
4.0%
2.0%
2.0%
1.5%

Primary Nutrients Derived From:

  • Meat and Bone Meal
  • Blood Meal
  • Cottonseed Meal
  • Alfalfa Meal
  • Fish Meal
  • Kelp Meal

Supplemental Nutrients From:
Mono Ammonium Phosphate, Potassium Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Magnesium Sulfate, Aroma Additive.

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  • Their flower and vegetable feed and kelp meal make great soil amendments. To help new plants get established, I use the kelp meal mixed in planting backfill for its superior water holding ability. Then it breaks down to improve the soil and the plant roots.

    Dave Ingram Denver Rose Society
  • My roses are much more productive when they are fed with this fertilizer.

    A Colorado Rosarian
  • I've recorded first hand, the improved growing, flowering, and survivability of my and other's roses when using Mile-Hi Rose Feed. The ingredients are supported by research as being highly beneficial to shrub type plants. The formulator of MHRF was an avid, active grower of roses and researched his recipe continuously in order to choose the most efficacious ingredients.

    A Colorado Rosarian
  • Is the perfect ratio of nutrients and minerals to help your roses thrive.

    A Colorado Rosarian
  • Rosarians on the front range of the Rockies are fortunate indeed to have a dry fertilizer formulated expressly for native soils. The bottom line for the Macon Garden fertilizing regimen is Mile-Hi Rose Feed, which we have been using for as long as it has been available, with excellent results.

    Carol Macon Master Consulting Rosarian, Colorado Springs
  • The use of organic Mile-Hi Rose Feed gives me bigger and more colorful rose blooms on healthier plants. What else is there to say? It works well on anything I grow. It’s a great fertilizer that you only have to apply three times a year. It builds soil structure, and promotes strong plants from the roots up.

    Dave Ingram Denver Rose Society
  • Along with Flower and Vegetable Feed, Mile-Hi Rose Feed adds important nutrients to our alkaline soil for the cultivation of strong, healthy roses. I’d also add a half cup to all your Clematis too. They seem to love it too.

    A Colorado Rosarian
  • The late Dr. Warren Kirkley used to say that you can tell the health of the soil in your rose bed by turning over a shovel of soil and counting the number of worms you’ve unearthed. Worms love Mile-Hi.

    Carol Macon Master Consulting Rosarian, Colorado Springs

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