Jul 16, 2014 - 09:00 AM
To be perfectly honest - yes, but I wouldn't. Reason is, SEVIN is a white powdery chemical, that when dries, leaves a white powdery film. And it will be all over the flowers. Sevin is better suited for vegetables and turf and similar areas where a white residue is not a problem. It also leaves a protective film.
If the thought of white powdery residue on your flowers doesn't bother you, then Sevin can be used successfully against a wide range of insects.
Hope this helps.