Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer

Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer© > Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer

Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer was developed by combining Florida Colors Nursery’s expertise growing plumeria with the latest advancements in nutrient technology, Florida Colors Nursery’s Excalibur fertilizers have proven to be a highly effective and efficient plumeria fertilizer.

The result is a supreme-quality fertilizer designed specifically for plumeria. Introduce in 2013, Excalibur has become the standard which other fertilizers are judged for growing plumeria. Excalibur is just what you need to assure your plumeria is getting what it needs to grow and bloom at its full potential. With Excalibur, your plumerias are receiving supreme-quality fertilizer and services from a well known and trusted plumeria grower with 35 years plumeria growing experience in the same location.

Why Use Excalibur?

  • Excalibur: designed specifically for Plumeria.
  • Excalibur: promotes healthy even plumeria growth.
  • Excalibur: high-quality slow-release granular fertilizer with Micronutrients/
  • Excalibur: available as a 6 month (11-11-14) and a 9 month (11-11-13) slow-release fertilizer
  • Excalibur: designed to release nutrients as your Plumeria needs them to thrive.
  • Excalibur: uses water sensitive poly coated ingredients, releases only when moisture is present.
  • Excalibur: a custom formula formulated by Florida Colors Nursery with over 30 years of experience growing Plumeria
  • Excalibur: sold by Florida Colors Nursery and used on all of our plumerias.
  • Excalibur: exclusively sold by Florida Colors Nursery and approved agents.
  • Excalibur: backed by one of the largest national fertilizer companies.
  • Excalibur: approved to sell in every state the Continental US and Hawaii.

Please take into consideration the size of the plumeria and the size of the root structure. A large plumeria in a 3 gal may require more than 3 tablespoons and a small plumeria in a 3 gal may require only 2 tablespoons. 

Typical Usage Rates:

  • 4″ – 5″ pots = 3/4 tablespoons
  • 1 gal pots = 2 tablespoons
  • 3 gal pot = 3 tablespoons
  • 5 gal pot – 4 -6 tablespoons (1 oz = 2 tbsp.)
  • Grown in the ground, use approximately 1 – 2 tablespoons per inch of trunk dia. Depending on how many branches the tree has.

Excalibur is a slow release poly coated fertilizer designed to last approximately 6 months for Excalibur VI and 9 months for Excalibur IX (depending on which you use). It is applied dry and is best to cover with about 1″ of soil for even distribution, it needs water to release nutrients.

How it feeds your plants:

  • Application of Water
  • Release of Nutrients
  • Decomposition of Poly coating

Advantages of slow-release fertilizers are that the nutrients are available gradually over time. This means that the gardener can fertilize less often, and the nutrients are provided slowly and steadily. It is less likely to burn your plants. This is how most plants prefer to be fed and helps them grow well. Granular fertilizers are easier to control because you can actually see how much fertilizer you’re using and where it’s being dispersed.

Fertilizers are a mix of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) and micronutrients. The ratio will be indicated by three numbers (the first is nitrogen, the middle number is phosphorous, and the third is potassium). We recommend a balanced fertilizer with micronutrients for plumeria with an NPK of 11-11-13 or similar to Excalibur.

Micronutrients – The Hidden Story…And, Often Only Delivered by Slow Release Fertilizers!

There are several nutrients essential to plumeria growth and health that are only needed in very small quantities. These are manganese, copper, iron, chlorine, molybdenum, and zinc.

  • Chlorine is necessary for osmosis and ionic balance; it also plays a role in photosynthesis.
  • Copper is a component of some enzymes and of vitamin A. Symptoms of copper deficiency include browning of leaf tips and chlorosis.
  • Iron is essential for chlorophyll synthesis, which is why an iron deficiency results in chlorosis.
  • Manganese activates some important enzymes involved in chlorophyll formation. Manganese deficient plants will develop chlorosis between the veins of its leaves. The availability of manganese is partially dependent on soil pH.
  • Molybdenum is essential to plant health. Molybdenum is used by plants to reduce nitrates into usable forms. Some plants use it for nitrogen fixation, thus it may need to be added to some soils before seeding legumes.
  • Zinc participates in chlorophyll formation and also activates many enzymes. Symptoms of zinc deficiency include chlorosis and stunted growth.
  • Boron plays a vital role in a diverse range of plant functions including cell wall formation and stability, maintenance of structural and functional integrity of biological membranes, movement of sugar or energy into growing parts of plants, and POLLINATION and SEED SET.

Follow this link for all products with Excalibur offered: Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer

Excalibur VI, 11-11-14 NPK: Excalibur 6 Month Slow Release 

Excalibur IX, 11-11-13 NPK: Excalibur 9 Month Slow Release