Garlic is an enemy of insects and larvae thanks to its repellent effect. In order not to spoil anything, it increases the immunity of indoor plants and helps to quickly disinfect the soil in pots.
How to put garlic in pots?
You can enjoy the benefits of garlic in pots.
To do this, simply cut a clove of garlic into several pieces and then place it in the pot. The effects are visible in a few weeks. For a good protection of the flowers, this procedure must be repeated every two months for a perfect maintenance of your plants.
How to easily promote flowering?
One of the best gardening tips is to cut off the tops of dead flowers so the plant can produce new ones. There are two types of flowering plants: those that bloom once and then go dormant, and those that bloom continuously. Many balcony and pot plants belong to this and show their splendor already in summer and often until the first cool temperatures of autumn.
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By cutting off the wilted flowers, the plant grows and produces offspring. If you remove the flower heads, it will quickly produce new buds to maintain the natural cycle.
Cutting is not necessary for all plants.
Not all plants need to have faded flowers removed to form new ones. Petunia is the perfect example. As explained by the Young Plants Section (FGJ) of the Central Horticultural Association, these flowers must be cleaned when they are withered, which is not necessary for the magic bell variety.
3 tips for the best houseplants
Water your plants with the cooking water from the vegetables and hard-boiled eggs, cooled and without salt, to provide them with a complete supply of minerals and vitamins.
Add 1 tbsp. tablespoons of olive oil to the soil of your plants to drive away aphids and other small pests that compromise their well-being.
Soak a soft cloth in a mixture of 25cl of lager and 25cl of water, then gently polish the leaves of your plants: the carbohydrates in the beer make them naturally shine.