The potted bouquets I bought are always unsustainable
In fact, your method is useless
Fruit peels and eggshells
all natural fertilizers
throw it in the pot
Don’t worry about growing your plants anymore
egg shell flower
Don’t throw egg shells in the trash after cooking
Put it away in a flowerpot
Minerals and trace elements for healthy plant growth
It can also drive away small reptiles in summer!
Method: Collect the egg shells, do not put them directly into the flowerpot, be careful that the remaining egg white will damage the root system of the plant, and then put it in the soil of the flowerpot after drying.
Crushed and sprinkled on the soil is even better!
tea watering flowers
It’s a pity to spill the tea overnight
The remaining vitamins in the tea nourish the plants
No longer afraid of not being able to grow good flowers!
Method: Water the soil directly with tea overnight, not too frequently, about twice a month. In particular, it is very good to pour acidic flowers and plants, such as rhododendron, jasmine, spider plant, etc.
Or directly remove the tea leaves from the tea water and sprinkle them on the soil, which is also a good natural fertilizer.
Friends who often eat fruit banana peels are very useful
Throw it into the flower pot and no longer worry about the flowers growing bad
Potassium in flower fertilizer helps flowers grow
Banana peels are rich in potassium!
Method: Collect the leftover banana peels, cut them into pieces and leave them for a few days. The skins turn black, which means that they are fully fermented and then buried in the soil. There is no need to spend money on flower fertilizers.
bean dregs for flowers
Soy dregs left over from making soy milk at home
Buried in the soil to ferment for a few days
It can be turned into a natural fertilizer!
Material: Drain the bean dregs slightly, divide them into small portions and bury them in the soil. After fermentation in about a week, it will become fertilizer and absorbed by plants, and the effect of flower cultivation is very obvious.
Milk has a short shelf life and is reluctant to throw it away after it expires
Many friends directly use it to water flowers
Not only does this make it easier for the plant to burn its roots and die
Also easy to attract mosquitoes
Come and see the correct way to water flowers with milk!
Method: Pour the expired milk into the bottle, cover the lid for fermentation, open it once after a period of time to prevent the bottle from exploding, and ferment for about a month to dilute with water and water the flowers, the soil will be more fertile and the plants will be healthier.