My garden is my inspiration. I find plants and flower so beautiful for its amazing variety of amazing shapes and colors. Seeing nature growing is so great for the curious minds. I like to be surprised and discover new things all the time and gardening fulfill my eager for curiosity. Last year, I discover that leaks could make flowers  🙂

I’m lucky enough to have a worm compost. I’m giving all my green waste to the worms ( less trash into a bag is great, plus I get values of my waste ).  The worms eat the green rest and I collect the juice from their digestion. After a few years, I got so much liquid fertilizer that I decided to bottle them up and to sell them at the great, urban gardening shop close to my place: Wildernis in Amsterdam.

By trying the fertilizer on my own indoors & outdoors plants, I noticed that it’s working best on the succulent. I don’t know the exact NKP ( azote, Potassium, Phosphorus). but I noticed that It works great to make more green, like leaves. Which works well for indoors plants.

I redesign the label so they stick better on the bottles. The instructions label stays the same, with hand stamped cactus & succulents. The back will tell you how to use it, how I dilute it ( the juice is super powerful !)

So if you’re in Amsterdam and want to enjoy some homemade, organic, locally produce fertilizer, run to Wildernis, to get my golden juice!

Author patricia

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