Yates Thrive Orchid Liquid Plant Food

Yates Thrive Orchid Liquid Plant Food

Orchids can be tricky flowers to grow, so give them a helping hand to grow beautiful flower sprays and healthy green leaves with NEW Thrive Orchid Liquid Plant Food.


Thrive Orchid Liquid Plant Food is a complete fertilizer that provides all types of orchids with the balanced nutrition they need, including potassium to encourage beautiful blooms, plus manganese, iron and copper which are ideal for your pot grown orchids.


  • Easy-to-measure formulation features a no mess dosing cap.
  • Replaces previous soluble product with a new, improved liquid formulation.
  • Dual action formulation feeds through both roots as well as leaves to deliver fast results.
  • Suitable for use on ALL orchids including delicate types such as Phalaenopsis.
  • Available in 500ml bottle that makes 150L of liquid fertilizer.

How It Works

Once the concentrate is diluted in water, the solution is applied over foliage and to soil surrounding plants. The nutrients in the solution can then be absorbed by the plant roots and foliage.


Nitrogen (N)
Phosphorus (P)
Potassium (K)
Trace Elements (Iron, Manganese and Magnesium)
NPK analysis: 10 – 3 – 14.

How to use

Directions for use

Thrive Orchid Plant Food Concentrate should always be diluted with water before applying. One capful holds approximately 30 mL.

Growth Stage: Active growth/Flowering

Application Rate: 1 cap in 9 L of water

Frequency and timing:  Apply weekly from spring until late summer.

Growth Stage: Maintenance

Application Rate: 1 cap in 9 L of water

Frequency and timing:  Apply every 2 – 4 weeks from late autumn to early spring.

Flush pots monthly with clean water to remove any accumulated salts.


Available sizes

  • 500ml


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