Too much water for fear of root rot.
Just put something in the bottom of the pot
Water as you like!
Don’t throw away the most common peanut shell at home. It is a little expert at helping plants drain and ventilate, and is very suitable for growing orchids.
Crush the peanut shells, put them in a plastic bottle, add water for a few days, and tighten the lid of the plastic bottle. Change the water once a day, drain the water after about half a month, and dry the peanut shells for a day. When mixing the soil, mix the soaked peanut shells and soil in a ratio of 1:2 and that’s OK~
After eating walnuts, don’t throw away the shells. Put some walnut shells in the flowerpot, which can not only prevent water accumulation, but also can be used as fertilizer, and can also improve the appearance of the pot soil, so that you don’t have to worry about the rotten roots of flowers and plants at home.
Remember to put the walnut shells at the bottom of the flowerpot. If some of the shells are larger, remember to crush them, and then fill them with soil, you can safely grow flowers.
We all know that sponges have good water absorption. Putting it on the bottom of the basin is not a good way to absorb water perfectly? It can prevent too much water accumulation at the bottom of the pot, ensure that the plant will not rot roots, and will naturally grow lush.
Although the sand itself has no nutrients and fertility, it has relatively large particles, is not sticky and does not absorb water. It is a very good drainage soil. If you add an appropriate amount of coarse sand to the flower soil, the embarrassment of potted water and rotten roots will not be seen~
When using, add leaf mulch and a small amount of base fertilizer, which can basically meet the soil needs of most flowers at home, from spider plants, green dill to jasmine and gardenia. Generally, the ratio of sand to soil is about 1:3 or 1:4.
Remember to pick up the small stones you see on the side of the road, and place them at the bottom of the flower pot to avoid water accumulation. Just put the crushed stone directly on the bottom of the flower pot, remember to put less, otherwise it will be very laborious to move the flower pot in the future.
Don’t be a pity if the flowerpot at home is broken, it can be used as waste, and put it in the flowerpot. There are many gaps on the surface of the pottery, and moisture and air can be stored in the gaps to avoid water accumulation~
Remind you that it is best to break the flower pot with a hammer, which can save soil. Just put it directly on the bottom of the flower pot after breaking it. Some very small fragments can be used directly to raise succulents~
The charcoal pads it to the bottom of the flower pot, and the ability to breathe and water is also great. Charcoal itself is very loose and breathable, deodorizing and disinfecting, and also contains rich trace elements and various minerals, which is very suitable for flower cultivation~
Mash the charcoal into small pieces, put it directly on the bottom of the flower pot and fill it with soil~