Used teabags have no use and always end up in the rubbish bin – if you thought this statement to be true, you are in for a real surprise!
Did you know that teabags can actually help your plants? If you have a green thumb the following trick is going to be fantastic for you! Find out how to recycle teabags in this very unconventional way.
Not only can you save a lot of money, but you can also avoid dangerous pesticides by following this surprisingly easy method.
Gardening Made Easy
Plants need a lot of help to reach their full size after being planted as small seedlings. Teabags as well as other kitchen scraps can be used as a nutrient-rich soil conditioner. There are no extra costs involved. So why not try it out?
In terms of gardening, one of the best aspects about tea leaves is their high nitrogen content. Nitrogen is important for the quality of the soil and simply placing used tea bags in a flower pot can help you with that. Just make sure to remove any synthetic materials before applying them. Another easy trick is to use tea leaves as a form of mulch on top of the soil. This helps against weeds and increases the moisture.
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