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5 Ways to Use Citrus Peels in your Garden

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.

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Banana-Chip Muffins

Freeze banana peels and then blend up the peel to use as plant food for rose bushes....who knew that roses LOVE!!!! banana peel?!

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Banana Peel as Rose Fertilizer

Banana peels to fertilize roses: Flatten the potassium rich peel and bury it one inch under the soil near the base of your roses bushes.

Little House Livingfrom Little House Living

Banana Peel Plant Fertilizer Spray

Banana Peel Plant Fertilizer Spray - Little House Living

#Dried #Banana #Peels as a #Plant #Fertilizer! From now on, don't throw away the banana peels… via Gardenings "Dried Banana Peels as a Plant Fertilizer Bananas are not only wonderful sources of potassium for people, but their peels are a great source of phosphorus, potassium and other important trace minerals for plants. ... ... To dry banana peels. Place them on paper towels in an open weave basket and allow to dry." Like: https://www.facebook.com/am.ecogreenlove

Start seedlings in an egg shell and, when ready, plant the entire thing. The egg shells will naturally compost providing valuable nutrients to your plants. Need to try this come spring !

Use a lemon, orange or a grapefruit to start your seedlings. Plant the entire thing in the ground and the peels will compost directly into the soil to nourish the plants as they grow...fascinating.

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Self watering planter made from recycled wine bottle. perfect for indoor fall greenery

Self watering planter made from recycled wine bottle. (I want this for growing herbs)