Original Vegan Plant Food 250ml (Houseplant Organic Fertiliser)
Original Vegan Plant Food 250ml (Houseplant Organic Fertiliser)
Original Vegan Plant Food 250ml (Houseplant Organic Fertiliser)
Original Vegan Plant Food 250ml (Houseplant Organic Fertiliser)

Original Vegan Plant Food 250ml (Houseplant Organic Fertiliser)

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When developing our original Happy Houseplants’ Organic Tropical Plant Food, we decided not to tinker with it too much, so you'll find no chemical supplements in this 100% cruelty-free vegan product. Our indoor plant fertiliser is handmade on the edge of Dartmoor National Park in Devon, exclusively for Happy Houseplants, and has been developed by the team at Happy Houseplants and expert horticulturists with decades of experience. Many people struggle to understand how to feed houseplants, but our original vegan plant food has been designed to make feeding houseplants simple. 

Our organic indoor plant food is made from Seaweed, harvested sustainably. Seaweed provides a delicate blend of growth hormones and micronutrients that is perfect for all indoor plants. Houseplants grow throughout spring, summer and autumn, so they will benefit from organic fertiliser during this time to encourage flowering and keep them healthy and well. 

Suppose you have been searching for alternatives to blood, bone and other so-called “organic” fertilisers. In that case, our original organic Vegan Plant food is for you and is sold exclusively through our website.

Indoor Plants need a balance of nutrients to survive and grow; deficiencies stop plants from growing big and strong. Nutrients absorbed through the soil help the plant Photosynthesis, the process by which plants use water, light and carbon to create oxygen and energy.

Supplied in a x1 250ml Recyclable Bottle with a Pump. 

Why Feed Houseplants our original vegan plant food?

Houseplants need feeding and watering; they often survive without nutrients in the soil for several months. However, the plant will eventually exhaust the soil and become weaker and more susceptible to disease and parasites. Feeding your plant during the summer months will ensure it remains healthy and has all the nutrients it needs to grow well. 

How to use our Original Organic Plant Food Fertiliser?

Feed during the growing season only, which runs from March to September in the UK. Every other time you water your indoor plants, shake the bottle well and into a litre of warm water and apply it at the base of the plant.

When you water your houseplants take special care not to overwater, the soil should become dry between waterings so the roots can breathe. 

Organic fertilisers are beneficial for houseplants and can help avoid root burns, which can be caused by highly concentrated plant food. Organic plant fertilisers naturally enrich the soil without the need for harsh chemicals. 

Why not twin with our Organic Tropical Plant Dew to provide the ultimate Houseplant care package or gift our plant care set?

Suitable for all houseplants and succulents.


Shipping: We ship via DPD’s 24-hour tracked carbon neutral service. 

Delivery times are 7-10 working days, but are usually much quicker. More details can be found here

We post all our plants to most of the UK, with the exceptions of the Islands of Scotland, the Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, the Isle of White, the Scilly Isles and the Channel Islands due to the high cost of shipping.

Measurements: The plant heights provided encompass the plant stem and the foliage length, along with the depth of the grow pot, which includes the living root system, and not just the portion of the plant that is visible above the soil level.

Although we strive to provide plants within the specified size range, there may be some instances where the plants supplied could be slightly smaller or larger than the size selected.

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