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  1. Thank you Brenda for the interesting article. Had no idea there were so many uses for Epsom salt.

  2. Great post, Brenda! I knew that Epsom salts were good for aches and pains in the bath but didn’t realize that it had so many uses in the plants and garden realm. I am especially glad to know that it’s good for roses. I have been trying to grow healthy rose bushes for ages and have not been so successful. I am definitely going to try the Epsom salts on them. That is, as soon as we get some actual Spring weather! We had snow this morning in S. Central Michigan, too! Aargh!

  3. Karen K from Buffalo says:

    Thanks for the gardening tips, Brenda. I just pinned this!

  4. Great tips!! I think epsom salts are particularly good for roses….I seem to recall my mom telling me that!

  5. Karen Milano says:

    I had not idea about these uses for Epsom Salt, or it’s origin! Thanks for sharing…

  6. This is fabulous information Brenda. Thanks for sharing. Now if we could get to better weather for planting. We got more snow this morning. Enough already!
    Hugs,
    Kris

    1. Woke up to the thirties here. Winter go away!

  7. A cup of Epsom salt can also be added to bath water to ease aches and pains. Husband does this nightly.

    1. Sue Gerdes says:

      I do this after yoga and add lavender oil for relaxation.

      1. I already picked up Epsom salt at the grocery store last week. I do believe they had a lavender scent maybe…

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