citrus peel planter
5 Ways to Use Citrus Peels in Your Garden - Don't toss your orange peels and other citrus peels, put them to use in the garden with these gardening tips.
Start a seedling in a lemon peel, then plant the whole thing.
Another way to easily transplant seedlings
Dried Banana Peel Chips Great Plant Fertilizer~I have used this with my roses, and they bloom like crazy after I put the banana peels on them
you can learn a lot of things from the flowers
Brilliant idea ~ nursery trays keep out birds and digging mammals until seedlings are strong enough to fend for themselves
From The Garden Gate
Just flatten a banana peel and bury it under one inch of soil at the base of a rosebush. The peel’s potassium feeds the plant and helps it resist disease...works for tomato plants too.
Pureed Banana Peels as Rose Fertilizer
use banana peels when you plant tomatoes to add lots of nutrients to them just lay the peels in the hole and cover with dirt as it breaks down the plant gets lots of yummies