Organic Fertilizer - Banana Peels for Roses

Yellow Roses

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Every once in a while I come across blog posts that I love to share with my reader and also save on my blog for future reference. One such post is by

my little garden in japan: Using banana peels as fertilizer for container plants

The author lives in Japan in a high rise building - thus the title. She comes up with great ways for container gardening and shares tips on her blog how to get great blooms. Make sure to check her blog out!

Going Bananas Towel
Going Bananas Towel
by EmbroideryPatterns

The recipe for the banana peels shake is simple. Just combine the peels with a little water in a blender and feed it around the base of your roses. Click here to read the entire post.

 

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