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water from boiling eggs for natural fertilizer

Natural Fertilizers

Fertilizers From Food

Use the water from boiling eggs to fertilize your plants.

The eggshells themselves make good fertilizer. Letting them dry thoroughly will allow you to easily crush them into a powder. But, leaving them in larger pieces will keep out snails, slugs and cats.

Roses love coffee grounds, as do hydrangeas and gardenias You can get all you want from most coffee houses, just be sure to let the coffee grounds dry before using them as fertilizer once a month. Coffee grounds are also good for blueberries, evergreens, azaleas, roses, camellias, avocados, and certain fruit trees.

To grow beautiful azaleas, water them occasionally with a mixture of 2 tablespoons of white vinegar to 1 quart water. Azaleas love acidic soil.

Bury a banana peel down under the roots of a rose bush for more blooms than ever.

fertilize with rabbit droppings

Fertilizers From Nature

Save the wood ashes from the fireplace and throw them in your flowerbeds at the beginning of the season.

Add nitrogen to your lawn naturally by not using a grass catcher. Allow the grass cuttings to remain on the top of the lawn for two weeks occasionally. Only short cuttings should be left on the lawn--the cuttings should be from only three days of growth or they will be too large and get soggy.

Rabbit droppings are very high in nitrogen. So much so that they can burn some plants if used while fresh. Rabbit droppings should be allowed to thoroughly air dry before using, or add it to your compost pile instead or directly around plants.

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