MYO Rose Bush Fertilizer

MYO Rose Bush Fertilizer

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    Learn how to make your own simple 1 ingredient rose bush fertilizer for beautiful blooms year after year

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    Also works well to whiz up the banana peel in your VitaMix with a couple cups of water, and pour it at the base of the rose bush. Should remove the hard stem before blending, tho.

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    I'm going to use this. Thank you!

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    I find it best to cut the banana into very small pieces or whirl in my food processor.

    Hint: WINTER: These also can be cut up, de-hydrated...whirled in processor to make a loose powder Over the winter (while the roses are napping). Jut measure an amount equal to one banana ( measure ONE thats been dried, and then you'll know how much to use); and dig into the soil.

    TIP: dried used coffee grounds are also fabuous for roses (sorry, I recall why)... but they do wonders for the plant. Just dig in as you would the banana.

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    this is great! you just saved me a lot of money - my parents will love this one too! their on a fixed income, i've been telling them all these little gems of information with them. They always had a huge garden when we were kids, but sold the house when they retired, I got my dad doing a container garden, he loves it, could these fertilizers work on veggies too?

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    Thank you. Love the ideal of using the blender to whip it up. Let the bushes get it that much quicker.

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    Thank you for this tip. Rose fertilizer is so expensive, and we have lots of roses. I will try this this week.

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    I just planted a rose bush this year and am so thrilled to find this.

 

 
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