used tea bags (2 to 3 pieces)
This tea bag is a good source of fertilizer that helps plant grow and absorbs water to retain moisture. Home saving tips shows some uses of tea bags.
When I had my own house constructed in the city, my eldest brother gave me several small grafted plants like, santol, avocado, lanzones, and duhat. The ground around the house looked not so fertile and it was stony also. I couldn’t removed them because they were big and heavy. I just looked for the best area where I could easily dig with my knife and transplant them on the ground. I didn’t even use any garden or potting soil also. They all grew and I harvested the fruits of avocado, santol, and duhat after several years. My first harvest of avocado was so abundant that I gave away lots to my close friends. Its fruits were really nice and big while santol and duhat were not that sweet yet. As the santol and duhat became older, their fruits became sweeter and abundant, especially the duhat. I also transplanted a kamias plant given to me by a close friend in the same stony ground area near the lanzones plant. I also planted apple mango straight from the seed of the same fruit I ate. Overflowing in abundance of fruits that we couldn’t eat them all, but to share them with others.
I’m thankful that it is an amazing grace that my Lord, my God endowed me with this ' magic green thumb.' Though how hurting her comment was previously, God made her an instrument in helping me discover my innate talent. Maybe I should have showed her my unique plant I transformed and told her like this, “Hey, thank you very much for your previous “nice comment.” If you didn’t say that, I would never discover that I can also plant. I’m sorry, but I got a small branch only (without roots) from your garden without your knowledge and it grew so nicely. Take a look at this plant. I don’t think you know about this art of planting because there is none in your garden. It’s called bonsai. ” (-.-)
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