Tea Bags, So Many Healthy Uses

There are many uses for those filtered tea leaves (tea bags or loose leaves) from your garden to beauty! Tea leaves contain about 4.15% nitrogen as well as other nutrients that can nourish the soil. The tannic acid can lower your soil's pH. 1. Compost. Tea helps speed up the decomposition process of organic matter. You can add paper or muslin tea bags to the compost pile. For non-biodegradable bags, slit them open and use the moist tea leaves in your compost. 2. Fertilizer. Roses love tea fertilizer, as well as houseplants and garden plants like ferns. So brew up some tea or mix damp black tea leaves into the soil, or spread it around the base of the plant. Keep in mind that tea's acidity mi

Gardening with Essential Oils

Essential oils are powerful garden tools that can be used daily to help promote the health and vitality of yourself and your garden. Because they are safe and effective, essential oils provide a great alternative to garden chemicals. In this article you will learn how to use essential oils to protect you and your plants against environmental threats and to promote the health of your garden. Whether you are trying to chase away garden pests, improve health and growth of plants, or restore those gardener hands, essential oils can help. Conventional insecticides contain harmful chemicals that could be dangerous to pets and other family members. Plan Ahead Write down your goals and what you want

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