Climate Zone Map

Watch Us Grow all purpose plant food would like to offer this Climate Zone Map to our customers so that you will have an idea

Read More »

Gardening with your kids.

After the long cold winter sometimes we don’t think it will ever happen, but spring does come eventually. The Sun shines brightly, the soil warms

Read More »

Tomato Gardening Tips for Tasty Fruit

What better way to celebrate summer than planting your own tomato plant and picking fresh fruit right off the vine. It is never too early in the season to start thinking about your tomato garden. Growing great tasting tomatoes doesn’t just happen, however. It takes some time tested growing tips to get the earliest and sweetest tomatoes you can and continue to getting them all season.

Read More »

How To Choose The Right Compost and Create Happy Plants

As we have talked about many times before ,good soil will help you have a good gardening experience. So much great composting materials end up in the landfills everyday.

Compost is like fine dining to plants – they love it! Some people think that compost is grass clippings and leaves collected from the yard, they are right, but it is so much more than that.

Read More »

Growing From Seed | How To Start Seeds Inside

Starting your own seeds indoors can be an enjoyable way to start the gardening season early. Whether it’s flowers or vegetables you want to grow yourself , make sure and check the seeds package to give you an idea of when to plant. For instance , vegetables have different projected harvest times, therefore different planting times.

Read More »

Is our food supply in danger

This is a very real possibility – with the technology of patenting seeds called Genetic Engineering (GE). This technology is imperfect at best,it’s cell invasion that transfers selected traits of one specie to the engineered specie. This can result in a plant that will resist some of the common problems some crops have. But in natures complex world, such manipulation of genes and cells can cause major problems.

Read More »

Beautiful Gardens start with the soil

Spring, when we gardeners start thinking about digging in the soil. Soil preparation is critical to succesful gardens. Plants receive many of their nutrients from the soil, so building your soil up to a point of it being beneficial is important.

Read More »

Tomato Troubles?

Tomatoes sometimes become sick during the growing season. We will give you some of the causes , and some preventive measures you can take to have a healthy gardening experience

Read More »

Organic vs. Conventional Farming

Organics vs. Conventional-Food…. Do we have enough? Many people in first world countries don’t even give it a second thought. Never having to worry about where your next meal is coming from rarely goes through the mind of these people. But throughout the world many do think about it,and for many it’s daily.

Read More »

Growing Fruits

Considering the hardships we’re all experiencing when it comes to buying eco-friendly fruits and vegetables that are not entirely injected with harmful substances for our

Read More »

Flower Gardening

The great thing about flower gardening is the fact that you can use it as a way of putting one of your biggest hobbies into

Read More »

Garden Pesticides

If you have a garden, you’re going to have to take steps to keep it free of the different types of pests that may find

Read More »

Gardening Gift Guide

Gift giving can be fun, and when you know the person you’re shopping for loves everything about gardening, that makes it easy, too. Wonderful gardening

Read More »

How To Start An Organic Garden

When you want to start an organic garden, contained raised beds tend to be the most favored type of raised beds, and they’re perfect for vegetable and vegetable gardens, in addition to flower gardens. Many fruits, like blueberries, raspberries, grapes and strawberries likewise prosper in a raised vegetable garden bed.

Read More »

Container Vegetable Gardening

Container vegetable gardening is a great concept that will help people to do gardening even if they have a space constraint in their houses. Especially,

Read More »

Testimonials

Cheryl Duclos
Cheryl DuclosEllijay, Georgia
Read More
“For years, I was a die-hard Miracle-Gro user. I decided to try Watch Us Grow at least once and was astonished by how well it works. The best part is I only need one fertilizer now . . . no more one for this and one for that.”
John T. Czerniak
John T. CzerniakMt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania
Read More
“With over 25 years of experience raising fruits, vegetables & flowers I’ve had the opportunity to use many different formulations and brands. I’ve been using Follett’s Watch Us Grow the past three years and it is the best I have ever used . . . much easier to mix, completely soluble and non-burning . . . from seedlings to harvest . . . I highly recommend it.”
Roy G. Hardwick
Roy G. HardwickRoyal Landscaping Shepherdsville, Kentucky
Read More
“For more years than I care to remember I have used Watch Us Grow on any and all plants that we install. We have been so sold on this product that we include a paragraph in our Landscaping Manual for our customers explaining their best result for fertilizing and watering is realized when using Watch Us Grow. I’ve seen the results with its competitors and nothing outgrows Watch Us Grow. It has a proven track record with us.”

Blog

Questions?

Check out our FAQ or contact us with any questions you may have about our products.

Email: sales@watchusgrow.com
Phone: (920) 746-9062

Used Our Product?

Leave us a review! We’d love to hear from you!