Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Plant food. Get inspired and try out new things.
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Elizabeth B saved to GREEN THUMB GARDENIN
Easy Homemade Plant Food Recipe (Miracle Grow)! This post is part of the chemist solutions series, sharing awesome knowledge for you on chemistrycachet.com
Thriftyoverfifty saved to Thrifty In The Garden
Banana peels are SUCH a treat for your plants - they're packed with potassium, phosphorus and calcium. So you may have heard about the benefits of using banana skins in your garden, whether in your compost, or even just cut up and sprinkled around the bottom of your plants. Another great way to extract the beneficial nutrients from banana skins is by making 'banana water'. Also known as banana tea, this organic fertiliser is so simple to make, and a perfect natural tonic for all plants…
sheri chastain saved to Garage design
Don't throw away those old potatoes! Or those romaine lettuce ends! There are lots of foods you can regrow from scraps — it's easy and free!
Lenora Chamness saved to Garden ideas
How much to plant per person for a year's worth of food or how many plants per person... 'tis a much-asked question when one is trying to harvest and preserve enough food to take their
Dawn Vandersloot saved to Diy garden projects
Start saving those banana peels! You can use them to make banana peel water, an awesome natural plant fertilizer!
Ayza saved to diy fertilizer for plants
Easy Gardening tips! Low maintenance gardening can help busy people still have a garden. Grow low maintenance plants in your garden
Anna Moslow Smith saved to Al fresco living
This four bizarre ingredients viral mixture is the answer to "How to make plants grow faster" shared OVER 206k times it's a miracle worker!
Sometimes plants get hungry after it's used up all its soils nutrients. Thankfully, you can make homemade plant food to keep your plant happy and healthy!
Natalie Jakobsohn saved to Garden
If you find yourself struggling to try to figure out how much to plant per person in the garden for a year's worth of food - look no further.
Ela Januszewska saved to self sufficient living