I don’t usually have a black thumb, but for some reason my philodendrons, spider plants and Pothos plants (in other words, hard to kill plants) were just not thriving. In fact, they had all the typical traits of an unhealthy plant.
But DIAPERS changed all of this!
Time: 15 Minutes Difficulty: Easy
Now I have lush, healthy houseplants and my watering has been cut in half if not more. If you’ve been wondering if this diaper trick really works, let this post be a confirmation.
You will need:
1 package of unused diapers (any size or variety)
Potted plant or flower of your choice (except succulents)
1 heavy,tip-proof bowl
1 large mixing container
Gently loosen the soil around the root ball with a trowel. Carefully lift the entire plant and roots out of the pot, using your fingers to push off the excess soil around the roots. To keep the roots from drying out while you work, drape the plant over a large, tip-proof bowl full of water and place the roots in the water.
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