Rootgrow is made from naturally occurring fungi. It is applied as a powder or gel directly to the roots when planting or replanting your trees and hedging. Rootgrow's main ingredient is mycorrhizal fungi, organisms that co-exist naturally and beneficially with the roots of nearly all plants and trees.
Rootgrow comes in 150 gram, 360 gram and 1 Litre resealable pouches and 2.5 and 5 litre plastic tubs. With the exception of the 150g pouch all sizes of Rootgrow come with a gel additive for use when planting bareroot hedging. Use Rootgrow in powder form for potted plants, bareroot fruit trees or ornamental standards. Rootgrow gel works better if you are planting bareroot hedging, roses or soft fruit.
When you have placed all of your items in your basket we will automatically work out how much Rootgrow you will need and you are then given the opportunity to add this to your order.
Rootgrow contains mycorrhizal fungi, a thread-like fungus that dramatically increases the ability of roots to absorb essential nutrients from the soil and in return, the growing roots provide the perfect environment for the fungi to thrive. It's a natural, symbiotic relationship that greatly improves the growth and survival of your plants, whilst also improving the quality of your soil and balancing water retention.
Once established, Rootgrow's fungi will continue to grow in harmony with your trees, bushes and plants, providing a lifetime's supply of natural nutrition.
Rootgrow also helps to reduce the 'transplant shock' of moving plants from relatively sterile pots to natural earth. The formula carries an inert clay substrate and a number of bio-active ingredients to give your plants the best chance to get themselves established.
Rootgrow is developed and produced in the UK, by Plantwork - a leading horticultural research firm that specialises in sustainable, natural plant growth solutions. It is endorsed and recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society.
This is the first and currently the only plant or soil treatment to be endorsed by The Royal Horticultural Society.