Jell-o For Houseplants

Add a few teaspoons of powdered jell-o into the soil of houseplants. The nitrogen in the gelatin enhances new growth. Also reduces how often the plant needs watering.

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Editor's Note: The best choice here is not strawberry or other flavored, sugary Jello mixes, but rather unflavored and unsweetened gelatin.

By Janette from Parkersburg, WV

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