Using organic fertilizer is a great choice. However, there are a few very important considerations to remember when it comes to how you should actually use them. If the fertilizer is solid, then the best way to deliver it is to simply spread it out over the bed of flowers or the soil on an area where grass or flowers have not grown yet. The purpose for this is to allow the fertilizer to slowly decompose and become absorbed into the soil.
For liquid fertilizer that is made from organic compounds, there are actually a number of different ways that you can do it. One is to sprinkle it on the flower bed and allow it to be soaked in. This method works great in areas where the climate relatively humid and cool, since the sunlight or dryness of the atmosphere won’t tamper with the liquid fertilizer’s ability to be absorbed into the soil.
However, for dry areas, you might have to actually fertilize at the same time as you water. Deep watering is essential in such a situation, and It can be used to bring the fertilizer into the soil and to the roots of the plants faster. It also prevents sunlight and dryness from interfering and ensures that all your plants and grasses are provided with the nutrients they require in order to grow and thrive.