For Orchids - Mix 1 teaspoon of Orchid Thrive per gallon of water. Feed your plants once per week with this solution. Every fourth week, flush with plain water.
In a low humidity environment, such as inside a house in the winter time, mist the leaves and exposed roots often with the same solution. In low light areas, reduce the feeding schedule to once every two weeks and water once per week between feedings.
Try to keep the air moving around your plant but away from heating or cooling vents. You should experience new spikes and blooms once or twice a year.
For African Violets - Use same directions as above, but do not mist the leaves.
For Bromeliads - Feed with the same schedule and solution as above, or you can feed once per month with a solution of one tablespoon per gallon. It is O.K. to fill the "cup" of the Bromeliad with this solution or pour it onto the planting media. If you fill the cup, be sure to rinse it with plain water from time to time.
By following these directions and using Nelson's Orchid Thrive, you will take good care of your orchids and have recurring spikes and blooms.