5 Natural Fertilizers For Your Plants

Increasingly more people recognize that organic gardening methods are most beneficial for our plants. Therefore, we decided to present some fertilizers recipes, simple and natural, you can prepare at home.
Why choosing homemade recipes?

Most fertilizers and vitamins necessary for our plants are found in stores. But what do we do when we want to our flowers to grow healthy and to ensure that they will be colorful and full of life? The wise choice is to make our own flower fertilizer.

1. Ash

One of the best plant fertilizers is ash. This banal dust is rich in potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, and sulfur. Moreover, the ash acts like a soil disinfectant. This fertilizer can be mixed with soil or put in the water we use for watering houseplants.

2. Coffee grounds

This fertilizer is easy to find and we don’t have to prepare it especially for plants because we can collect it from our daily coffee. The coffee grounds can be mixed with soil, like ash, and the results are amazing. The earth becomes loose and easy, and your plants will shine! In addition, it will increase soil acidity.

3. Eggshells

After you have prepared breakfast for kids, take care not to throw the eggshells. Wash them thoroughly with water then crush them using a towel or napkin to avoid injuries. Egg shells contain 93% calcium carbonate and are recognized for the benefits they bring for plants.
You can try to add to flowers soil every 8-10 days, a teaspoon of grounded eggshell. The effects are guaranteed!

4. Bananas

Especially for our geraniums, you can add dried and chopped banana peels in their soil, because they bloom even more beautiful! Nothing simple than that, huh?!

5. Yeast

To stimulate the growth of beneficial microorganisms in the soil, add yeast in its composition. Also, to add more vitamins in the fertilizer recipe we advise you to use cornstarch or alfalfa flour.
Well, go back to work then and grow some nice and healthy plants.

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