Manure Tea Helps Extend Bromeliad Bloom – Three Plus Months

Here’s a link to a post from another gardener, Nancy of Wallace Gardens (@SassyNancy on Twitter), using our Authentic Haven Brand Manure Tea – this time to extend the life of her house plant: “Bromeliad Still Blooming.” ( See her photo below)

Bromeliad_Bloom_SassyNancy_From Nancy Wallace Gardens

Did you know that Nancy Wallace provides garden design services to several metro Atlanta regions in Georgia. I like one of her taglines too: “Creating beauty with botany.”

We’ll be posting more of these experiments and success stories in the coming days and weeks, so if you have a great manure tea story using our soil conditioning teas for your garden, farm or house plants – send us a link (and photo) to info@manuretea.com, or find me on Twitter @GreenSoil, and we’ll see if we can help your garden grow online too!

Thanks, Annie Haven.

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