Miracle-Gro Ready-To-Use Orchid Plant Food Mist, 8 oz., Orchid Food Feeds Plants Instantly, 1 Pack
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- Instantly provides nutrients and moisture for beautiful orchids
- Apply to roots and growing media once a week
- Mist feeds instantly
- In addition to regular watering, spray leaves, roots, and growing media once per week, taking care to avoid flowers
- Easy to use for misting plants
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Miracle-Gro Ready-To-Use Orchid Plant Food Mist
Miracle-Gro Orchid Plant Food Mist instantly provides nutrients & moisture for beautiful Orchids!
HOW TO USE
In addition to regular watering, spray around leaves, roots, and soil once per week.
WHERE TO USE
Spray onto leaves, roots and soil of Orchids.
WHEN TO APPLY
Use to feed all indoor Orchid plants.
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Provide nutrients and moisture to grow a beautiful orchid with Miracle-Gro Ready-To-Use Orchid Plant Food Mist. Our easy-to-use mist feeds plants instantly. In addition to regular watering, spray leaves, roots, and growing media once per week, taking care to avoid flowers. Grow a more beautiful orchid with Miracle-Gro Ready-To-Use Orchid Plant Food Mist.
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(I have also been secretly testing this spray on some non-cancerous like cactus and money plants and they seem to like it too!) I'm just going to start spraying it on everything from now on. It's my new lucky charm against untimely plant death.
---chunky potting bark with charcoal and perlite
---antimicrobials like Thiomyl or Physan 20
---Miracle-Gro Orchid Food spray
---plastic orchid pot, 1-inch larger diameter than previous pot
To get a headstart, I soaked the bark for 24 hours with the disinfectant mixture. Then I cut off the old plastic pot, separated out the roots, discovered a horrifying mush of disintegrated moss deep inside the root ball, started screaming in wide-eyed terror, cut off the bad roots, put the rest of the roots in the new pot as best I could, and then finally.....spritzed the roots and leaves (topside and underside) with the Miracle Gro. And yes, the instructions really do say to spray the leaves. I didn't believe it either at first, since they don't seem like they'd be able to absorb much, but apparently the underside of the leaf is more porous. I like this method of applying Miracle-Gro better than the food sticks. I never feel like the food sticks allow the roots to be fed evenly.
It's been 5 days since repotting, and there is suddenly a new flower spike roughly 1 inch long. Is it a coincidence? Maybe. But I suspect its really a combination of multiple factors that turned this plant around. And the Miracle Gro spray was part of the fix.
As a final note: there is a white toggle button on the neck of the bottle. You have to push that toggle in order for anything to spray out of the bottle. Safety on, safety off. I saw some reviews that mentioned not being able to figure it out, but........come on, man.