Make DIY Indoor Plant Fertilizer and Recycle

Make DIY Indoor Plant Fertilizer and Recycle Indoor amaryllis plants
Your house plants will love this  DIY home fertilizer!


You probably are aware of the value of saving your old eggshells and crushing them up for your garden plants.  However, there is another way to speed up the fertilizer effect for your indoor plants using those discarded eggshells by making a home solution, which is a more efficient way to deliver those essential nutrients that you indoor plants will love.  This DIY indoor plant fertilizer is also easy and an excellent way to recycle while saving you money from commercial alternatives.

This DIY indoor plant fertilizer is like liquid gold for feeding your plants.  What I like to do after making a batch of eggs is soaking the shells in a covered container for at least a day or two.  Once the solution has time to set, pulling the nutrients from the shells, the fertilizer solution is ready.

As I promised, there is hardly any effort involved when making this DIY indoor plant fertilizer.  All that is left to do is to scoop out the old eggshells and then feed the houseplants.

Think again before the next time you are about to throw your eggshells away.  If you do so, then you are throwing away a great free source of plant fertilizer that could benefit what you have growing indoors.  Saving those eggshells and treating your own indoor plants with this home solution at least once a week will help them thrive.  Trust me when I say this, but your plants will be so much better off from that extra love you show them through this DIY indoor plant fertilizer recipe.  In return, you’ll notice how much healthier and beautiful they become and love you back in how they grow. Try it yourself and see!



1 Comment

  1. gloria patterson
    April 28, 2019 / 3:30 pm

    You know that is something I never do is feed my plants. I only have a couple but I need to make this eye shell fertilizer

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