Add these simple ingredients to the water, and indoor flowers will quickly come to life and bloom magnificently.
If the indoor flowers began to wither, dry leaves appeared, and the flowers became small and dull – perhaps the plant lacks vitamins. There are several tricks so that the flowers in the pot will quickly “come to life” and please you with lush flowering.
Experienced florists advise adding some simple ingredients to the water for irrigation:
- Aloe juice;
- Castor oil;
- Citrus stones.
As it turned out, honey is useful not only for people, but also for indoor plants. Honey is dissolved in warm water (1 tablespoon per 1 liter of water), and the flowers are watered with such a healing solution under the root.
Such feeding will refresh the flowers and make the flowering more lush, but it should be used no more than once a month.
Healing aloe juice is known as a “home doctor”. It is also useful for plants. Aloe juice is a natural growth stimulator – it accelerates the growth and flowering of plants. To prepare a healing solution, dissolve 1 teaspoon of juice in 1.5 liters of warm water.
Wood ash is a very valuable assistant to the flower grower, which is often used in the garden and flower beds. It enriches the soil in the pot and nourishes the flower with vitamins. Ash is sprinkled on the soil around the plant in the pot, and then the flower is immediately watered. On average, 1-3 spoonfuls of ash are allocated per pot, depending on its size.
Once every two months, you can add aspirin to the water for watering flowers – 1 tablet per liter of water. Such a solution will protect flowers from diseases and accelerate their growth, as well as make the leaves rich green.
Add castor oil to the water for watering plants, and you will notice that the flowers grow faster and brighter, and they also get sick less often. Take 1 teaspoon of oil per 1 liter of warm water.
Infusion of citrus seeds gives brightness to flowers, makes the plant stronger and healthier. Cover a large handful of any citrus seeds with a pan of water. Leave to infuse for a day, and then water the plants under the root.