How to Fertilize Plants with Epsom Salts | Today's Homeowner
Gabby asks, "Is adding Epsom salts to your garden good for plants? How do you apply it?”Epsom salts are made up of a chemical called magnesium sulfate, which is sometimes used as a supplement for roses, tomatoes, and peppers. Here's how to use them.
Roundup: 5 DIY Composting Techniques For Creating Your Own Rich, Organic Fertilizer
As a gardener and urban farmer you come to appreciate and treasure compost, or as I affectionately call it, “Black Gold”. Composting itself is actually pretty easy and there are several methods and solutions. Whether you own a full-on farm, or live in a tiny apartment, there is no reason you can’t or shouldn’t be composting. In a world obsessed with “greening,” it’s scary to think about how much food we throw away. A friend of mine started a small scale composting business last year by…
20+ Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (flowers & vegetables)
Save your vegetable cooking water! The water has a lot of nutrients that your garden thrives on. Wait for the water to cool down first, and then use it to “fertilize” your garden or potted plants. This makes for a green and happy garden! You could also drink the stuff, but who wants to do that?!
Fertilizing Plants With Coffee Grounds and Eggshells
Fertilizing Plants With Coffee Grounds and Eggshells. Fertilizer can be a big expense, but it doesn't have to be. Used coffee grounds and eggshells are free and provide much-needed nutrients to the soil. By using these items in the garden, not only are plants getting the nourishment they need, but these items will ...
Fertilizing Mums: Tips For Feed Mum Plants
One of the workhorses of the floral world is the common chrysanthemum. They are prolific bloomers, come in amazing hues, last long and are very low maintenance. Plant nutrition is essential to vitality and good growth. This article will help with feeding mum plants.
50 Ways to Fertilize the Garden For Free | Gardening Tips
50 Ways to Fertilize the Garden For Free - from leftover food to common plants to animal parts, a great list of free & effective fertilizers for the garden using what you already have. Save money while growing your own food!! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com