How do you attach banana peels to potted plants?

The easiest way is to simply lay the peels on top of the soil about 2 to 3 inches from the plant’s stem. You can kick-start the fertilization with new plants by laying banana peels at the bottom of the hole you created in the potting soil as you add the plant to the pot.

Can I put banana peels in potted plants?

You can actually use banana peels to fertilize your houseplants! Banana peels contain potassium as well as nitrogen, phosphorus and magnesium, which are all important for healthy plant growth. … To make a liquid fertilizer, soak your banana peels in water for several days and then pour the water on your houseplants.

How do you put a banana peel in soil?

If you are looking to add a single plant to your garden or pot and haven’t planted it yet, try cutting two to three banana peels into small 1-inch pieces. Dig the hole for the plant and drop in the banana peels, spacing them out as much as possible. Then, add the plant and firm the soil around it.

What plants benefit from dried banana peels?

Corn Trees, Ivy and Other Houseplants

Use banana peels to dust or clean the leaves of your houseplants. Corn trees, in particular, will benefit from this treatment. Using the inside of a banana skin to clean and shine the leaves of a corn plant will leave your house with a fresh scent.

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How often should I water my plants with banana water?

To Apply: Apply this fertilizer tea diluted (one part tea to ten parts water) as often as once a week. Water around the base of your plants with a watering can or spray it onto your plants as a foliar (leaf) feed.