You only know that other people’s flowers are blooming, but you don’t know what other people put in flower pots. Going to the market to buy flower fertilizer tastes too smoky, and if you don’t put flower fertilizer on your own flowers, do they look better than others’, what should I do? You should try these four flower fertilizers that cost no money.
1. Egg shell
Egg shells are natural plant fertilizers, buried in the pot soil, which can provide nutrients for the growth of flower roots. Collect egg shells discarded in daily life, mash them and sprinkle them evenly on the surface of the pot soil, or bury them in the soil. If you find it troublesome, just put the eggshell upside down in the flowerpot, so that the nutrients produced by the eggshell in the soil are no worse than the flower fertilizer you bought!
2. Chinese herbal dregs
Traditional Chinese medicine itself is mostly plant tissue, or some animal organs, containing a large amount of organic matter, which can provide the necessary micronutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium for plant growth, so that the stems and leaves of flowers are lush and colorful. It not only solves the problem of the treatment of traditional Chinese medicine residues, but also indirectly improves the permeability of the soil of the flowerpot.
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To use Chinese medicine residue as flower fertilizer, firstly, it is necessary to chop the Chinese medicine residue, do rot and fermentation treatment, and then directly mix it into the flower pot soil, or put it into the pot as a base fertilizer, and the mixing ratio should not exceed one tenth of the flower pot soil as much as possible. so as not to affect the growth of flowers.
3. Onion skin
In the kitchen, it is inevitable to peel the remaining onion skins. The peeled onion skins are collected and soaked for a few days to become a flower fertilizer containing a variety of trace elements. Soak the collected onion skins in warm water at 40°C-45°C, and pour them into flower pots after placing for a week, which can make the flowers grow lush and bright.
4, cake fertilizer
Cake fertilizer is the residue of oil-rich seeds after oil extraction, which is rich in nutrients and high in organic matter content. Usually, cake fertilizer and rice washing water can be mixed together and put into a container. After full fermentation, add water to the soil such as flower pots, which can provide trace elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium required for flower growth.
Fermentation of cake fertilizer is a necessary process, because only the fermented small particles are conducive to the decomposition of flower soil microorganisms and are absorbed and utilized by flower roots.
A lot of the leftovers in the family can be used to make flower fertilizers, such as soaked tea leaves, expired milk, bones, etc. are common flower fertilizers in life. If we want our own flowers to grow brightly, we need to be attentive and at the same time master some of the above tips.