Have you ever bought a plant that, unfortunately, after some time no longer blooms? Well, it is not trivial. Many causes can prevent this flowering, such as light, nutrients, water, temperature or humidity. Here are 4 effective tips that will help your plants grow strong and healthy.

  • Tea

If you drink tea, never throw away the bags or leaves. Because they will serve you especially well to fertilize the soil and do wonders in terms of roses. And for the plants to bloom quickly, you need to remove all the flowers that have already dried up.

  • Cinnamon

Cinnamon is an excellent nutrient generator. Little trick: take 2 sticks of cinnamon (even in powder form is enough), sprinkle them around the root of the plant and then all over the plant, including the part of the soil where you placed the cinnamon. Place a piece of absorbent cotton or an absorbent cloth over the watered part and try to absorb excess water. You can repeat this process at least once a week. Your plants will grow healthy!

  • Trays

Here is an amazing mixture that will splash your plants: a few banana peels, shells of at least 4 eggs and coffee grounds. Mix everything and you will get a paste. It is the best nutrient for your plant to grow tremendously and burst with flowers.

  • Carnations

Soil nutrients help plants grow easily. Therefore, we know that rusty carnations exceed the amount of iron. So, you need to put at least 3 or 4 carnations in the soil, very close to your plant, so that the iron oxidizes when you water it. This is a great additional nutrient!

It is also important to keep in mind some basic concepts that will help your plants grow healthy and with lots of flowers:

  • Good drainage

Each plant is usually placed in a plastic or clay pot, but very small so if you have it at home, you can plant it in the pot. Never forget that the soil is the food and support that allows your plant to grow healthy. If it is a pot, it must have a hole in the bottom or base. If it is directly in the ground, be careful not to place it in places with nested stones or branches that can clog the water when you water it. If you water it without considering this, your plant or its root will fill with water and eventually rot. A good way to make sure they always bloom is to place them in strategic locations that allow good water flow. You can place a good substrate at the base, then add the soil on top and plant your plant. Nevertheless, we advise you to use perlite, clay or volcanic clay.

  • Point transplant

Some plants do not bloom due to lack of nutrients or lack of space. If there is a lack of space, you will quickly notice that your plant is no longer the same size as when you bought it. In fact, as it grows up, its roots are inevitably elongated and require much more space. In order for them to continue to bloom well, it is necessary from time to time to change the location to a larger pot. You will see this when you lift the pot and see that the roots have begun to show through the drainage hole.

Try to do this process in the spring: Choose a larger and wider pot than the one you had, put in a good substrate and carefully place your plant in it. Finally, add soil.