A gardening professional turned her fading green into a dense forest with her secret fertilizer.
The “soupy” mix is made from kitchen leftovers, which you most likely shouldn’t and shouldn’t throw away.
When Carleigh began her gardening journey two years ago, the outdoor space seemed minimal and sparse.
She had spread some plants at the edge of the fence and was sitting in the middle of the grass.
But their discovery of the fertilizer turned the garden into a dense forest with healthy vegetation.
“They’ll save the leftovers while juicing,” Carleigh explained.
After preparing a green juice, she pulled out the juicing attachment filled with all the pulp.
She added water to the pulp to make it “soupy” in consistency.
“Make sure it’s mixed and watered down so it doesn’t rot,” Carleigh announced.
She said this homemade fertilizer worked best during the rainy season.
However, if you use it during the dry season, you should water the greens after sprinkling.
“It provides extra nutrients,” she said.
Carleigh shared videos of her garden two years after using this pulp fertilizer.
And the room was covered with long trunks and tall plants.
Her followers appreciated the unique fertilizer formula.
One viewer commented: “I highly recommend getting a compost. You don’t even need a trash can. You can just leave it open and it’s super easy.”
Carleigh explained that she has plans to start her own business soon.