INDOOR PLANT FOOD REFILL

$36.00 AUD

THE DETAILS

You love our Indoor Plant Food elixir to get your plants growing and thriving now level up with our 500ml refill bottle that will make 500L of plant food.

Designed by us, proud-plant nerds, our Indoor Plant Food liquid is a special formulation of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium (N.P.K), trace elements and seaweed as a superfood your plants will drink up.

It's almost completely odourless and can be used to top up our 100ml bottle with dropper for exact measurements and minimal waste. Add 1ml of Indoor Plant Food into a litre of water and apply to plants as required. Made in Melbourne, designed by horticulturalists (a.k.a our nerdy selves).

Simply add the concentrate to your watering can at the correct ratio, and water your plants as usual. No need to add any extra steps to your plant care routine - just add once and water in.

Made in Melbourne, Australia.

Each Glass Bottle contains 500ml of Plant Food, and will make up to 500L when diluted.

THE DIRECTIONS

Give the bottle a little shake before using.

Add 1ml of Indoor Plant Food to 1 litre of water and water your plants as normal

To keep your plants well fed, fertilise every 2-4 weeks over Spring and Summer or while your plants are actively growing. You can reduce feeding to once every 6 weeks at half strength over Winter.

For sensitive plants, feed at half strength.

Keep out of reach of children & pets.

Store in a cool dry space.

THE FAQ'S

How Do I Use It?

Add 1ml of Plant Food to a litre of water then water your plants as usual. There are measurements on the side of the pipette to help you get the ratios right, but don’t stress too much if it’s a little more or less.

How often should I fertilise my plants?

Over Spring and Summer, we recommend once a month although increasing to once a fortnight if necessary is fine.

Over Autumn and Winter, plants generally slow down their growth so they don’t need as much fertiliser. Fertilising once every two months at half strength over this time is perfect. However, if your plants are still actively growing (so putting out new growth) you can continue to fertilse at the regular dilution and rate of once a month.