2 Low Budget Fertilizer Recipes for Petunias. They’ll Bloom like Crazy All Summer Long

    2 Low Budget Fertilizer Recipes for Petunias. They’ll Bloom like Crazy All Summer Long

    3:32 AM EDT, June 3, 2024

    Petunia are very decorative plants that have lush flowers. They are an excellent decoration of the balcony or terrace. In order for them to thrive, a little booster is necessary for them. See how to make a natural fertilizer for surfinias.

    Petunia like fertilizers. You can safely prepare them yourself. Thanks to them, the plant will have lush flowers that will delight everyone. Natural fertilizers should be applied 1 or 2 times a week. If the pots are in an open area, consider fertilizing more often, as rain washes out nutrients.


    Banana Peel Decoction


    This specific will bring a dose of potassium, phosphorus and other good nutrients into the soil.

    First Method

    First, cut one banana peel into cubes and put it in a jar. Pour hot water over it. Cap the jar and set it aside for 24 hours. After this time you can already water your petunia.

    Second Way

    There is a second patent for using banana peel. First, dry it well, and then grind it. With the obtained powder sprinkle the top layer of soil in the pot.

    Coffee Ground Fertilizer


    Petunia like slightly acidic soil (it can also be of neutral pH). Therefore, coffee grounds will work well as a fertilizer. They will enrich the soil with nitrogen, potassium and magnesium.


    Pour the grounds over water that is already distilled and boiled. Stir the whole thing and start watering your petunia. You can also dry the grounds and simply mix them with the top layer of soil in the pot.

    Petunia Requirements

    You must see that petunia like sunny positions. They do not tolerate drafts, heavy rain and wind. And they tolerate even short-term dryness very badly. Instead, they love fertile and permeable soil and fertilizers.

    Petunia should be watered every 2-3 days. However, during the hot summer, do it even twice a day: early in the morning and in the evening. Also make sure that the water does not stand in the saucers, as from this the roots may begin to rot.

    Happy Growing!!!!

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