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Chic flower garden at home. The secret - in the feeding! 9 tricks to create a floral menu

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.

Sugar

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

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

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.

Pomegranate peels

Pour pomegranate, orange or lemon peel with water and after 24 hours, water the plants with the resulting solution.

Aspirin

Prepare a solution of 1 tablet of aspirin and a liter of water and periodically spray your favorite plants with a solution.

Aloe

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.

Mushrooms

Soak any mushrooms in water in a 1: 1 ratio and after 24 hours you can water the flowers with a solution.

Vitamin B12

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

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.