The first picture shows a jug of urine in front of a young hazelnut in a bed with lots of dead tree, its mate, comfrey, two gooseberries and an ornamental that refuses to die.
The second picture shows the jug tipped over and going glug, glug.
Hi, I'm new :) In the videos there were slightly different recommendations for which plants are pee-loving. Some said grasses and leafy greens only, others seemed to be saying all but root veggies. My understanding is that root veggies are out, as the plant would put more energy into beautiful leaves than into developing the root/tuber/bulb. Does this mean garlic, onions, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, radishes, and beets are not pee-loving? And, to name a few in my garden now, citrus trees, the mint family, fig trees, aloe vera, tomatoes, fava beans, and peas may all enjoy a peeshower? Thanks for any and all insight :)
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