Llama beans are manure from llamas.
They are almost odorless and do not need to be composted before using. They are rich in nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous and are a great all natural, environmentally friendly fertilizer for trees, shrubs, gardens and houseplants.
Available in three sizes:
A "tea bag" size great for brewing one gallon batches of llama bean tea for watering houseplants and potted plants.
A medium size bag with 3.5 pounds of llama beans. Great for making larger batches of llama bean tea or sowing directly into gardens.
A large bag with 10 lbs of llama beans. Great for larger gardens or buying in bulk.
Llama Bean Fertilizer
Sow Directly Into Soil: Scatter llama beans around your plants or mix them into your soil. When watering your plants, the llama beans will slowly break down and release the fertilizer.
Llama Bean Tea: Place one tea bag or a cup of llama beans in a gallon container and “brew” overnight. Use the tea to water plants. Keep the beans in the bucket as they can be reused many times before they eventually dissolve and/or no longer produce tea. Burlap tea bags and spent beans can be buried in the soil to biodegrade once the beans no longer produce tea.