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Instead of pouring it down the sink, grab a glass and water the fern.  The leaves will regain their color and will grow luxuriantly

Instead of pouring it down the sink, grab a glass and water the fern. The leaves will regain their color and will grow luxuriantly

House ferns are one of the most willingly kept flowers in the apartment and they decorate our house. We suggest a trick with a home-made conditioner that will make the plants grow healthy and have lush green leaves.

Ferns are one of the most common houseplants. And although they can be capricious, properly cared for, they should not cause major problems. They feel good in apartments and require little attention, but they do not forgive some mistakes. Check how to take care of the fern so that it grows lush and delights with its beauty.

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How to care for a fern at home? Be sure to provide her with a suitable pot

Ferns like places where the light is diffused, so it’s better not to put them on sunny windowsills. In summer, the ideal temperature for fern growth is 20 to 25°C, and in winter 18-20°C. It grows best in slightly acidic and well-drained soil. A mixture of peat, sand and humus will also be a good choice. The fern needs watering 2-3 times a week, and the soil in the pot should be slightly moist, but not wet, as it can rot. It is worth using pots with drains that regulate the water level.

How to prepare homemade fern conditioner? Use the waste that you usually throw in the bin

It turns out that water after cooking is great for fertilizing ferns. However, remember that it should not be seasoned or salted. It contains many nutrients such as phosphorus, magnesium, iron, calcium and vitamins A, B and E. Cooled down potato or beetroot water is ideal for watering home plants, strengthens and nourishes them. It is enough to take a glass or two of water from the pot before salting and seasoning it. It is worth using it once every two weeks, but remember not to water the flowers with water after cooking cruciferous vegetables, e.g. cauliflower or broccoli.

Source: Gazeta

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