(I know you might be wondering, "What does this have to do with carmel sauce?" That remains tbd.) It can be found here, and maybe even at your local garden supply store. It is completely organic, and is safe to use at any stage in planting from seed to harvest. (With other non-organic fertilizers, you have to wait until plants are a certain age. This one is so safe, you can use it at any time!!) Take a look at these ingredients:
For some strange reason, although it smells nothing like carmel sauce, it reminded me of the carmel I made not that long ago for salted carmel pretzel brownies. Something about the bubbling and the carmel color, I don't know. I've never claimed to make a lot of sense.
Anyone else see the resemblance? Anyone? Bueller??? I know, readers, it's ridiculous how everything in my life relates back to food. =) Please note, you should try the fertilizer, and you should also make those brownies. They are delicious. And maybe, just MAYBE, your plants will think Garrett Juice is just as delicious. =)
(Here's the easy carmel sauce recipe I use too, should you be so inclined to make your own.)