Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices in the world. Used in the kitchen, it gives the dishes a unique aroma, and also warms up, speeds up the metabolism, and has antioxidant properties. It turns out, however, that it can be cleverly used not only in the kitchen but also in the garden. How and why? You will learn in a second!
This gardening trick is incredibly simple, fast, and cheap, and it will bring so much to your garden cultivation!
The cinnamon you don’t know
Cinnamon is nothing new. It has always been cultivated in India. You may not know it, but it is even mentioned in the Bible, and the first records of this spice date back 5,000 years. Its popularity in cakes, desserts and smoothies is no surprise to anyone today, but in gardening? Think for a moment, can the benevolent properties of cinnamon for the human body also be reflected in nature? Can cinnamon help the soil and plants as much as us? Will the soil sprinkled with it benefit as well as the aromatic cake straight from the oven? It turns out even more. You will know a whole list of reasons soon.
From the kitchen to the garden
Most plant growing agents are either expensive or highly poisonous to the soil. Cinnamon is different. Not only can you find it in every local supermarket or small shop, but you will not pay any fortune for it. It is easily available and cheap. This is why gardening enthusiasts from all over the world have started to use it in their gardens. Has your curiosity reached its zenith and you can’t wait to finally read what’s in this spice that makes it worth sprinkling it in the garden? Keep reading, because we have made a great list that will explain everything to you!
Go to the next page and you will soon find out what cinnamon is used for in the garden.