Bioferm

Fanny Dwight Clark Memorial Garden, Inc. has “Black Gold” for your soil…


Fanny Dwight Clark Memorial Garden, Inc. is happy to announce that we are selling Bioferm again!

Bioferm is available for sale at Clark Botanic Garden on Sundays from 10am to 1pm.

Some years ago, the gardeners at Clark Botanic Garden discovered a reliable soil conditioner to use in enriching the planting beds. Made on Long Island, this product, called Bioferm, is rich in organic matter and is fermented in manufacturing to kill weed seeds.

Top dressing with Bioferm or working it into your planting beds provides essential nutrients to your plants, promotes vigorous growth, improves soil structure and increases water retention of the soil.

Impressed with the results obtained at Clark Botanic Garden, Fanny Dwight Clark Memorial Garden, Inc. decided to obtain Bioferm in bulk and offer it for sale to their members and the visiting public.

The price is $6/bag for current members and $8/bag for non-members. Each bag weighs approximately 25lbs. Please have exact change and your membership card, whenever possible.

Anthony is our new person in charge and is happily waiting to see you at the end gate of Clark Botanic Garden.

Please be aware that heavy rain will cancel sales that day.

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