Achieving prolonged and vibrant flowering is now within your reach with this natural fertilizer. Say farewell to chemical fertilizers and embrace a simple method using readily available ingredients.

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Here’s the step-by-step guide to ensuring excellent results:

Why Flowering Might Be Delayed

Despite our care for plants, achieving the spectacular display of flowering isn’t always guaranteed. Factors such as irrigation and sunlight play crucial roles. Understanding the soil’s properties and its moisture levels is essential.


Additionally, proper placement to avoid excessive sunlight is crucial for optimal growth. If these techniques don’t hasten flowering, it’s time to turn to a fertilizer.

The Natural Fertilizer Recipe

Discard all chemical fertilizers and discover the power of a natural fertilizer made with just three ingredients: bananas, potatoes, and sugar (or honey).

Step 1: Banana Peels

  • Peel bananas and freeze the peels for three hours.
  • After freezing, cut the peels into small pieces.
  • Place them in a pan and bring them to a boil for at least 15 minutes.

Step 2: Potato Peels

  • Peel a potato and freeze the peels for three hours.
  • After freezing, cut the peels into small pieces.
  • Add them to the same pan as the banana peels.

Step 3: Creating the Fertilizer

  • Pour 600 ml of water into the pan with the banana and potato peels.
  • Boil the mixture for at least 15 minutes, covering the pan with a thermal lid.
  • After boiling, filter the liquid using a strainer into a glass.

Step 4: Adding Sweetener

  • Add two tablespoons of white sugar or a generous spoonful of honey to the liquid.
  • Mix everything thoroughly.

Application and Frequency

  • Water your plants with this natural fertilizer, but use it sparingly—approximately once every 20 days.
  • Store the fertilizer in a dry and cool place, away from direct heat sources.


With this approach, your plants will reward you with a burst of colorful and splendid flowers within a few weeks. Bid farewell to chemical fertilizers as you witness the extraordinary spectacle of rapid, long-lasting, and explosive flowering.

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