clivia flower

Clivia miniata flower head.

Triplantanol can be used on a wide range of ornamental and flowering plants.


Conservatories, greenhouses, windowsills or around the house, in fact anywhere plants grow indoors or in a protected environment.

For houseplants Triplantanol feeding using Tgrowbags is a very convenient and easy approach at http://www.tgrowbags.com

Application should be regulated according to rate of growth of your plants.

Where plant metabolism and growth is slow, rates can be reduced accordingly.  Where conditions are optimal or 'super-optimal' rates can be increased.

It is suggested where growth is vigorous additional standard feeding with fertiliser be adopted as there will be large nutrient demands by your  boosted plants 

Triplantanol powder is rich in sugars, nitrogen and other organic molecules attractive to saprophytic fungi. Under humid conditions this can lead to short term colonisation by moulds. This is perfectly normal and contributes to the release of nutrients.  See section Rate of use

Protected cultivation allows the range of plant types grown to be diversified and specialist coming from a whole range of different habitats. With this is mind we urge a degree of caution about believing Triplantanol is suitable for all plants types and suggest a trial approach for unusual plant types. Contact us if you think we may be able to advise.

We do not recommend Triplantanol for Carnivorous plants or any plants that live in a nutrient deficient environment.

Warning....Live Sphagnum moss will die after the application of Triplantanol.

Greenhouse cultivation of Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumber, Melon all benefit from the application of Triplantanol powder as a feeding supplement.

Triplantanol has been found to be highly beneficial to the conservatory cultivation of citrus. See section Specialist plants

Pachypodium geayi

Pachypodium geayi