Are you looking for a way to give your indoor plants a little extra boost? Maybe you’ve always struggled to make your plants thrive but you’re ready to turn that around. If so, a common cocktail mixer might help.
Club soda—yes, the bubbly drink that’s a staple in cocktails—can help your plants become happy and healthy.
So how does it work? Well, club soda is rich in nutrients like potassium, phosphorus, and sodium that plants need to thrive. When you water your plants with club soda, these nutrients get delivered straight to the roots, where they can be quickly absorbed and put to use.
But that’s not all. Club soda is also slightly acidic, which can help to lower the pH of your soil. Many plants prefer slightly acidic soil, so this can be a big help in getting them to grow healthy and strong.
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So how do you water with club soda? You shouldn’t just drop fizzy water all over your plant as the carbonation could harm it. Instead, allow the water to go flat. Then, place it in a watering can and use it once a week instead of your usual water. If you notice any browning of leaves, discontinue until your plant has healed.
So the next time you’re enjoying a fizzy drink, don’t just stop at quenching your thirst. Give your indoor plants a refreshing sip.