Tip of the Week: Honey in the Garden

Posted on September 18 2017

Tip of the Week: Honey in the Garden
Hey there all of you Garden of Eden fans out there and welcome to our latest edition of “Tip of the Week,” where we provide all of you some tips and tricks to keep your indoor flowers and outdoor gardens looking spectacular all the year through! Join us this week, as we give you a handy tip about using honey in your garden! Honey is known as a “power-food,” but did you know that it has some great properties in your garden?  Naturally occurring enzymes means that they are great for root growth, and can make setting roots a whole lot easier. For the best results you can either put a drop or two of honey on the roots themselves, or you can make a honey-water mixture to water with.  Simply take a tablespoon of raw honey (honey that hasn’t been pasteurized—locally sourced honey would be the best for this), and put it into 2 cups of boiling water.  Let it cool, and use within the next two weeks.  In no time, your plants will be thanking your for the sweet addition of honey, and you’ll see the results! For more gardening tips and tricks, be sure to check back to our blog every Monday for our latest Tip of the Week!


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