What do most flowers necessarily need to be watered in order to bloom profusely?
Infusion made of onion flakes
This infusion contains phytoncides that protect the plant from diseases and pests (rot, plaque on the leaves):
· We select healthy husks – without rotting and signs of disease.
· Fill the flakes with water and let them sit for 7-12 hours. You can take 1 large handful of flakes per liter of water.
· You can water with this infusion no more than two weeks, every 3 days.
The shell contains more than 90% calcium, it also contains potassium, iron, phosphorus, copper and other trace elements. Eggshell fertilization is best for azaleas, violets, hydrangeas, camellias and gardenias.
Recipe for making tincture:
We take fresh shells, not boiled! We clean them of the inner white film to prevent rotting.
· Grind them into a powder – the finer the better. Convenient for grinding in a coffee grinder. If you don’t have one, you can use a potato press.
· Dilute 100-150 g in three liters of water.
· Tincture for one week. Dilute the resulting infusion in a ratio of 1: 3 with clean water and pour it under the root.
Watering indoor plants at home: how often to water flowers
Aloe juice for abundant flowering
It is a natural growth stimulator. The plant seems to come to life and begins to actively grow and develop buds:
· For 1.5 liters of water you need to take 1 teaspoon of juice. It is easy to get juice from a house plant. We cut off the bottom, thickest leaf with a blade and chop it with a knife or in a meat grinder. We use all this mash for infusion.
· Let it sit for 3-4 hours.
· You can water indoor plants often – instead of regular water.
Infusion of citrus peels
Stimulates abundant plant growth and flower stems. Suitable for all types of indoor flowers:
· Take the peel of any citrus fruit and soak it in a liter of water.
· Per liter you will need peels from 2-3 fruits (depending on size).
· Let it stand overnight.
· Watering – every other day for 10 days. Then we take a break.
Every time you water your flowers, put this in the water and you will be surprised at the result
It is a very active growth promoter. You can take any crop (wheat, oats and others) and germinate:
· Germinate the grains in the dark by adding a little water. After about 10 days, seedlings of the required length will appear.
· It is then ground with a blender. The smaller the better!
· 100 grams of the resulting slurry are added to a liter of clean water and left for 2-3 hours.
· You can water it at the root and spray on the leaves. The resulting concentrate is diluted with water in a ratio of 1:5.
Mineral fertilizers are also a great option for watering flowers to bloom:
Calcium nitrate. Rich in calcium and nitrogen. Strengthens the roots and immunity of the plant. For 1.5 liters of water, you need to add a small pinch of saltpeter, dissolve well and mix. This solution can be sprayed on leaves, stems and soil.