Added by on 2017-09-11

Epsom-salt is a natural mineral that was first discovered in Epsom, England. People typically use Epsom-salt in the bathroom to relieve aches and pains or internally as a laxative, but it is also a garden additive that expert gardeners swear by. It can help you produce lush, healthy plants, flowers and trees.  Here Are 7-Amazing Reasons to use Epsom-salt in your garden. 1.Make fruit Sweeter. Epsom-salt, when added to trees, bushes and vines that produce fruit, boosts the chlorophyll inside the plant. When plants have more chlorophyll, they have more energy, when they have more energy, they produce more sugar. More-sugar means sweeter fruit for you to enjoy.  2.Tree stump remover. Tree stump removal can be costly, but if you don’t have the money to get a stump removed, let Epsom-salt come to your rescue. Simply drill few holes into the stump and fill in the holes with Epsom-salt. In weeks, the stump will begin rotting. 3.Epsom-salt increases Nutrient Absorption. Many commercial fertilizers add magnesium to help plant roots take up vital nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur.) For those using all organic materials to feed their gardens, adding Epsom-salt to soil will improve absorption naturally, eliminating the need for processed chemical-fertilizers. 4.Lush lawn fertilizer. If your lawn isn’t lush and beautiful, it probably needs a little magnesium in its life. To perk-up grass, add 3-pounds of Epsom-salt to every 1,250 square feet of grass and then water your-lawn. 5.Beautiful blooming roses  Ever wonder why your neighbor’s rose bushes are fuller than yours and sport so many more blossoms? It is highly likely that the answer is Epsom-salt. Epsom-salt to rose bushes encourages them to produce larger flowers with darker, deeper colors. To incorporate Epsom-salt to your rose bush’s diet, add it at the time of planting and when flowers are in […]

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  • Lorraine 1 year ago

    Check out 2.29 hahahaha

  • Mr. Rabbit 1 year ago

    You know that's weed over there!

  • Bill Beeby 1 year ago

    I am gonna get some Epsom salts tmw and try it on my plants . just sprinkle rounf the base and water it in ? or dilute it first in warm water ? Anyone know quickly…lol…by tmw…lol..

  • Madhur Sharma 1 year ago

    Very good information

  • Mark Thornton 1 year ago

    looks like it greens up cannabis also, must be a Colorado video!!

  • Tina Medina 1 year ago

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  • gakaface 1 year ago

    3:05 – where do you get such a potato bucket from?

  • I LOVE NUTMEG :] 1 year ago

    I was wondering if it was good for weed up until 2:29 LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  • Robert Cruz 1 year ago

    Can I add Epsom salt to my fruit trees, like longan, loquats, leeche, hog plums and mango.

    Let me know your comments.

  • Cheesus Krust 1 year ago

    Maybe your chlorosis is from iron not magnesium? Or maybe it's zinc? Or maybe this is an amateurs hot take on epsom salt.

  • Doug Stark 1 year ago

    Epsom salts will only help your garden if there is a known deficiency of magnesium or sulfur. These soil deficiencies are most common in high rainfall areas east of the Mississippi River or in the extreme Pacific NW. If you garden in Chicago, Dallas, or Denver, this will be a total waste o money.

  • uspjeh zvijezda 1 year ago

    Nigari is magnesium chloride, not sulfate!

  • uspjeh zvijezda 1 year ago

    Nigari works wonders to the plants too! Here, in Croatia, Epsom salt is very expensive. Those from the health care probably buy big packages from Amazon or ebay and then they re-package them into the small boxes of 5 grams and sell it almost like the gold, it costs almost 2 euros. It says how far and deep they fell already. Nigari is not cheap but is definitely cheaper than the Epsom salt, at least, here.

  • Michael Tarantino87 1 year ago

    thank you baby

  • Sandra Burton 1 year ago

    Can you use just drug store Epsom salts for your plants or is there a special mix?

  • Robert Hawkins 1 year ago


  • LPG 1 1 year ago

    Golf Course greens use it

  • Kim Styles 1 year ago

    Nightshade plants increase inflammation for those of us who need to know and they are part of the tobacco family

  • Eddie9903 1 year ago

    I didn't know this thank you for your video.

  • Rob Dawg 1 year ago

    I use it on my cannibis plants! Makes nice big lush buds!