The success or failure of our garden and house plants and vegetables depends upon the nutrient value of the soil or compost in the garden or the pot and eventually we will need to apply an application of fertiliser. It is essential that we use the right fertiliser for the particular plants. Rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas and blueberries must have a fertiliser specifically for acid loving plants. Fortunately there are dedicated plant feeds for a lot of our most common garden and house plants, such as; citrus plants, orchids, ericaceous plants, roses, conifers, potatoes etc. Plants grown in a container will need more frequent applications of plant food as the available nutrients are quickly depleted. If you are not sure which fertilser to use just contact the relevant department and they will be able to help.