Yates Thrive Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food

Yates Thrive Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food

A fast acting, complete, liquid fertiliser ideal for feeding wide range of flowers.


Yates Thrive Concentrate Rose & Flower Food is a complete, liquid plant food that provides your flowering plants with the balanced nutrients they require for healthy growth and flower production. Because Thrive feeds through the leaves and roots as you water, it starts to work quickly, so you see the results sooner. Thrive Concentrate Rose & Flower Food is suitable for all types of flowering plants. Use regularly, during the flowering season, for best results.


  • Easy to measure and mix – no waiting for powders to dissolve.
  • Suitable for all flowering plants and promotes flowering.
  • Works quickly so you can see results sooner.
  • Child resistant cap.
  • Contains chelated trace elements that are easily available to flowering & fruiting plants.

How It Works

Once dissolved in water, the nutrients present may be absorbed by either roots or foliage.


Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, manganese, iron, magnesium & trace elements (NPK analysis: 8 : 2 : 10).

How to use

Directions for use

Thrive Concentrate Roses & Flowers Plant Food should always be diluted with water before applying.

Growth Stage: Flowering
Application Rate: 2 caps in 9L of water
Frequency and timing:
Roses – weekly. Early Spring to early Summer
Shrubs – weekly. Bud formation until flowering
Annuals – weekly. Throughout growing season

Growth Stage: All other times
Application Rate: 1 caps in 9L of water
Frequency and timing:
Roses – weekly. Mid-summer to early autumn
Shrubs – weekly. Early spring to early summer



Do not apply when maximum temperature is expected to reach over 30°C. Avoid applying when soil is dry, or plants are suffering from moisture stress.


Available sizes

  • 500ml


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