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A Sprinkle Of Baking Soda Will Have These Popular Garden Flowers Blooming Like Crazy

Roses Roses thrive in slightly acidic to neutral soil pH, but they can benefit from the antifungal properties of baking soda.

Hydrangeas The color of some hydrangea varieties can be influenced by the pH level of the soil. While baking soda is alkaline and can make the soil less acidic

Geraniums Geraniums enjoy neutral to slightly alkaline soil. Sprinkling baking soda around the base of geraniums can help sweeten the soil and promote vibrant, healthy blooms.

Begonias Begonias prefer a neutral soil pH. Using baking soda in moderation can help maintain a conducive environment for their growth.

Azaleas While azaleas prefer acidic soil, they can benefit from the antifungal properties of baking soda. Spraying a diluted baking soda solution on azaleas can help control fungal diseases

Diluted Spray: Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with 2 liters of water, and add a teaspoon of liquid soap to help the solution adhere to the plant leaves. Use this spray to treat or prevent fungal diseases.

Soil Amendment: Sprinkling a small amount of baking soda directly into the soil can help adjust the pH levels slightly. However, it's important to use this sparingly, as too much can harm the plants.

Always test the baking soda solution on a small part of the plant before applying it fully to ensure it doesn't cause damage.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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