I’m a gardening expert – there’s a great to stop your plants from dying & it involves using a cheap everyday essential05/03/2022
A GARDENING expert has revealed the best way to stop your plants from dying-and it involves a cheap everyday product.
While some people are naturally green-fingered, others are struggling to keep their plants strong and healthy.
But now an expert has revealed their best tip to revive your plants and it involves using an everyday essential from your kitchen.
The item you will need to bring back to life your dead plants is a kitchen sponge or even a diaper.
Even if you think you are taking care of your beloved plants by watering them you might actually cause them harm.
The expert explains that the main reason your plants die is improper watering which leads to root rot.
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So instead of watering your plants, you need to place the item in the bottom of the pot before adding soil or a plant.
The sponge will absorb the extra moisture and will help keep your plants alive for longer.
So stay away from the watering plant for a while and head to your kitchen instead.
Another gardening expert has revealed his secrets to healthy plants and how to banish slugs and weeds.
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