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Do not throw away the used coffee filter! It is full of organic matter that helps you to enrich the soil of your plants. All you have to do is̵
When the soils decay, they will release potassium, nitrogen, magnesium, and other useful minerals into the soil. Coffee grounds also lower the pH of the soil, which is beneficial for some plant species such as artichokes, broccoli, lima beans and beets.
After enjoying a cup of tea, save the leaves. Like coffee, tea leaves are very nutritious for your plants. When they collapse, they release phosphorus, nitrogen and potassium into the soil and enrich it. Just like coffee, tea can be distributed around plants without planting it, as it does not burn the plants like chemical fertilizers.
Pro Tip: Put used tea bags, which are still full of leaves, on the drainage layer when planting plants. They will slowly decompose and provide nutrients to your plant during growth.
I love bananas and I love roses. It's good that they go together. After you have finished your banana, put the bowl in the ground around your rose bushes. When it drops, the shell will release potassium, a popular rose mineral.
I did this several times a week during the winter and when my roses bloomed they had twice as many buds.
I've seen some cooks throw a potato that makes shoots grow. Do not do that! Cut off a piece of potato below the growth. Then stick the potato piece in a pot of soil with a little skin above the ground.
Water it weekly and in a few weeks you will have a pretty potato plant that you can keep inside or bring into your.
You can regrow celery, carrots, lettuce and cabbage from the pieces you normally cut off. How to make a simple garden with food waste.
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