Whenever She Goes To Her Yard To Garden She Brings Epsom Salt. The Reason Is Brilliant.

Epsom salt is actually magnesium sulfate, which has been known to have the ability to act as a fertilizer, when mixed into the soil of plants, flowers and trees.  This allows the plant to put out more healthy growth!

The video you are about to watch below, provides a tutorial in using Epsom salt MORE DIRECTLY on your flowering and non-flowering plants and trees, as well as on bushes and vines that produce fruit and vegetables.  By creating a mixture that you attach to your hose, you will see your garden become MORE LUSH IN LESS TIME.  She will explain how doing this enables all of your garden, including your lawn, to receive more chlorophyll which converts into energy.

Your fruits and vegetables will be sweeter, leaves and lawn will be greener, and rose bushes (which are finicky), will produce larger blooms.  Potted plants, usually more deficient in magnesium than those planted in the ground, will greatly benefit from adding 2 tbsp of Epsom salt into the soil once monthly.  Then spraying the actual leaves and blooms as you will see demonstrated, will keep your potted plants blooming all summer.

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