I take 2 available products and reanimate indoor plants: I tell you how castor oil and aspirin restore flowers
Jan 19, 2021
Now (in the middle of winter) many household crops are dormant. But from the end of February, they should be fed.
I always use folk remedies for feeding indoor flowers. The latter react to them somehow more actively (according to my observations) than to mineral fertilizers. I want to tell you about two remedies that I always have at hand: aspirin and castor oil.
This drug in the form of tablets can act as a top dressing for indoor crops, medicinal means, an immunostimulant, increasing the resistance of crops to fungal diseases and insect pests.
Aspirin is a fairly common remedy that can be found in the home medicine cabinet, so you don't have to bother finding this remedy. Aspirin will restore your houseplants after winter and will also improve the quality of potted soil.
How to prepare a solution
You will need to dissolve one 0.5 gram tablet of the product in 2 liters of water at room temperature. Moisten the flowers before feeding.
The interval between dressings is 2 months. Aspirin is used as needed. If the plant quickly recovers, then it disappears in watering with an aspirin solution.
This tool is also available in my medicine cabinet. In another way, it is called castor oil plant. Any house plant will come to life from it after winter. Castor oil (seed oil) is considered one of the most powerful top dressings for indoor crops.
After its application, the plant actively begins to grow, forming a large number of buds (if the plant is flowering). This tool has long been used for cosmetic purposes and everyday life. The oil is also used by experienced flower growers. The remedy will make the plant bloom, too.
How to make a healing solution for home flowers
You will need 1 teaspoon of the substance per 1 liter of water. The resulting solution should be mixed and watered on the house flowers that look weakened after winter.
These agents (castor oil, as well as acetylsalicylic acid) are best used for weakened plants as a medicine, they should not be used often.