Woman Adds Oatmeal To Houseplants To Stop Them From Dying, But That’s Not Her Only Trick

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I’m about to admit to something: I don’t know how to look after the plants in the house (and even in the garden for that matter). I love to garden. Not only is it a great way to get in some much-needed “me time” but it also adds to the aesthetics of the home and makes it look much more beautiful on the outside.

My family and I usually make it a day out gardening. We go to the local nursery where we pick out the flowers and plants want to keep, buy the right soil to help them flourish, and then take the rest of the day to just plant away. If the weather cooperates, we usually end this day with a nice barbeque.

But, as much as I like to spend time selecting the plants I want both inside and outside the home, and then working on growing them, they eventually lose their perk and shine and die—sometimes a lot quicker than anticipated. If you feel the same about yours, then this tutorial is just right for you.

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