Doff Orchid Indoor & outdoor Liquid Plant Feed 180ml


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  • Doff Orchid Plant Food Concentrate Feed 180ml
  • Doff Orchid concentrated liquid fertiliser concentrated plant food in a handy bottle size.
  • 180ml makes approximately 360 litres of plant watering food.
  • Maintain the health of your Orchids easily by using feed.
  • Use when plants are actively growing during the spring and summer months.
  • Add 5-10 drops of feed per half litre of water and use at every watering or add half a cap to 1 litre of clean water and use every 2 weeks.
  • Orchid Concentrated Plant Feed designed to maintain essential plant health.
  • This balanced feed will bring healthy blooms and green leaves with ease.
  • Size: 180ml
  • Always read the label prior to use.
  • A Little about Orchids
  • Orchids in the uk are mainly grown indoors or under glass but orchids grow well under trees during frost-free summer months.
  • Where winters are cold, orchids can be grown on the patio or under trees in the warmer months when frost does not threaten.
  • This is often a wonderful solution for orchid growers in colder climates, and enables the plants to grow so much better than they would if left indoors all year.
  • Growers in frost-free areas with cooler summer nights below 60 F in August and after can grow cymbidiums, one of the finest of all garden orchids.
  • Where summer nights are warmer, many varieties of vandas and cattleya types are appropriate.
  • In House Growing.
  • A window provides bright enough light for growing orchids.
  • Windows in all day full sun should be avoided or given some shade and windows on the dark side of the house generally give poor results
  • A sheer curtain will cast light shade.
  • Too much direct light causes leaves to sunburn so it may be necessary to reposition plants as the seasons change.
  • Move plants away from or toward the window to manipulate the amount of light.
  • Make sure the leaves are not touching the glass.
  • In winter in a cold climate, leaves touching the window pane may freeze and damage.Leaf colour indicates if the amount of light is adequate.
  • The lush, rich, dark green of most house plants is not desirable in orchid leaves, a grassy green color light or medium green
  • with yellowish tones means the plant is receiving sufficient light to bloom.


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