The peculiarity of indoor plants is that their space is limited to a small pot, so they require nutrients for normal growth and active flowering. How to properly feed the flowers, if they are all so different? We present to you top-9 dressings for flowers.
It turns out that our indoor plants are still sweet-tempered, especially cacti. Add 1 teaspoon of sugar to the soil before watering, or make a solution of 1 spoon of sugar and a glass of water and water the flower.
Castor oil is a good top dressing for lush plants. Make a solution of 1 tsp of castor oil and a liter of water. It is recommended to water the indoor plants with castor solution before the ovary.
Wood ash is an excellent plant food, which also prevents diseases. Make a solution of 1 liter of hot water and 1 tablespoon of ash, let it brew for 7 days, stirring occasionally. When the solution is ready, water them plants 1 time in 10 days.
Pour pomegranate, orange or lemon peel with water and after 24 hours, water the plants with the resulting solution.
Prepare a solution of 1 tablet of aspirin and a liter of water and periodically spray your favorite plants with a solution.
Aloe juice is an ideal fertilizer for all plants. Make a solution of 1 teaspoon of juice and 1.5 liters of water and water the flowers.
Soak any mushrooms in water in a 1: 1 ratio and after 24 hours you can water the flowers with a solution.
Vitamin B12 is a good supplement for violets. Make a solution from one ampoule and a liter of water and water it with a solution of violet every 2 weeks.
Banana peel is rich in trace elements that are necessary and important for flowering. Sprinkle banana peel, rubbed through a meat grinder, on the drainage, sprinkle with soil and plant the plant.