Gardening DIY, Tips & Instructions
Gardening tips, DIY and useful instructions for you to do in your garden.
You don’t need to be an expert to get the jungle feeling at home! Even trend plants like the monstera (Monstera deliciosa), also called window leaf, are in fact absolutely easy to care for. As a houseplant, it only needs a light to partially shaded and warm location..
If you don’t have a green thumb, you have to limit yourself to cacti? Not correct! We introduce you to different types of houseplants that are not only very easy to care for, but also particularly robust and durable. Click on the pin to read the full article!
Did you know, that you can compost corn husks and cobs? This is an effective way to use your leftovers for the healthy growth of your plants. In this article, I want to give you a few tips on how you can use corn husks in compost for great nutritional benefits in your garden - just click on the pin!
Gardening in June is intense. With June, we start a period when ornamental plants bloom profusely and intensive care work is done. There is a lot of work to do – we fertilize the weeds in the fields, mow the lawn, set up the flower beds, and water the garden. To keep the garden in good condition, you need to take care of the plants regularly. So what is exactly done for gardening in June? In the following, we will talk about various aspects to consider doing in our garden in June.
Using wood ash as a completely natural fertilizer increases maturity in plants, especially fruit trees. It is also a great pesticide. However, it is not recommended for increasing the pH value of the soil. Also, remember that you have to choose an ash from untreated quality wood. Make sure it does not contain heavy materials, chemicals... Follow the Link below for more 🍃🍀
Making fertilizer from eggshell: Egg shells are Ideal for naturally fertilizing crops such as peppers and tomatoes. Also, they protect them from rotting. Egg shells with high calcium content are perfect for just about any fruit. First, let the shells dry... Follow the Link below for more 🍃🍀
Organic fertilizer from coffee: After making a cup or pot of coffee, save the coffee you consume. Did you know that you can use it to fertilize your plants? In fact, it is an ideal natural fertilizer for plants that require acidic soil, such as used coffee beans and blueberries. First, put about 6 cups of used coffee in a bucket of at... Follow the Link below for more 🍃🍀
A whole banana, including the skin, is rich in potassium. This mineral is great for enhancing flowering in plants. In addition, this mineral is easily absorbed by plants after it is added to the soil. Additionally, bananas are also high in phosphorus, so banana peels strengthen your plants and make the photosynthesis process more efficient. As you can see, it is completely environmentally friendly. First, peel the banana peel... Follow the Link below for more 🍃🍀