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Vitax 30ml Orchid Drip Feed Mini Bottles (Pack of 10)
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- Liquid fertiliser is slowly released into the compost
- Each mini-bottle feeds for 2 - 3 weeks
- 10 mini-bottles per pack
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Orchids are particularly sensitive plants, and this feed is specially formulated to provide the right nutrients in the right ratios for healthy growth. Vitax Liquid Drip Feeds are a convenient and easy-to-use way to make sure your plants receive a constant supply of the nutrients they need . Simply break the cap and push the inverted container into the soil or compost in your pot, tub, window box etc. Each bottle provides up to 30 days supply of slow release fertiliser, dependent on size of pot (follow the guide on the pack). Each pack contains 10 bottles, providing enough feed for a single pot for up to 300 days.
10 x orchid drip feed
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Top Customer Reviews
Am desperately trying to resurrect it now; looking at all sources of information. I know the general rule is to leave them even though they may look dead but this sudden demise is worrying unfortunately.
Update; it seems the orchid has died - I know there's the 'dormant' phase (we're quite experienced orchid growers) but this isn't one I've seen before.
The seller has refunded the money!!
So when I moved to London and saw gorgeous orchids blooming EVERYWHERE across shop windows and offices, I thought this must be a friendly indoor plant that must be hard to kill.
How wrong I was.
Turns out, you can actually kill an orchid, and do so quite quickly. I brought several gorgeous orchids from Columbia Road Flower market and happily followed the 3 ice cubes per week rule - which worked - until by week two, the buds had all shriveled up and fallen off. Dismayed, I maintained a sort of sporadic watering process on which the orchid did pretty well and grew 5, healthy buds. Then one day the branch with the buds grew so heavy it snapped, and no water came to the buds so they...well shriveled up and dried. Still not having a clear idea of how to water them (it seems orchids are like printers - they can sense human fear and seem to function well under the slight aura of neglect, should they become too comfy) - I decided to try to water on schedule and supplement with this feed. It's been about a month, and so far the orchids are thriving and new blooms are opening fully. I water them to the tee once a week, and they seem to be happy with the feeder in them. This makes maintaining a watering schedule much easier, and the blooms are just beautiful! Definitely recommend, especially if you are a novice orchid parent like me.
I'm about to buy the next box of these. I have four plants of varying sizes and varieties. I'm still getting good results and an almost continuous bloom.
I always take off the label so it doesn't look so intrusive. I only cut off a small bit off the top so there isn't too much of a drip. They are still on the same windowsill and I love that other than a weekly rainwater drink and occasional snip of dead flowers they don't need much care. A great value plant.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
followed the instructions but it docent drip I have to give it a little squeeze every so often It is supposed to drip through within two weeks but its been in two months and its... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Avebury
I was given an orchid as a present about 2 years ago and knew nothing about them. It was a beautiful phalaenopsis but when the flowers died I thought that was it and left the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Shove
Seems to be doing the job drip feeding my orchid - But not sure if I'm reading the directions wrong but once the pink top comes off and then you cut off the top? quite difficultPublished 1 month ago by auntyswoo
it's bin in my orchid pot for 6 moths and hasn't lost any water, waste of time.Published 1 month ago by vicsetter