Want your plant to grow many roots, branches, and up to 500 flowers? Just use bread and glucose! Here’s how:

Materials Needed:

  • 1 piece of bread
  • Glucose
  • Water
  • Container


  1. Prepare the Bread and Glucose Solution: Dissolve a small amount of glucose in water. Soak the piece of bread in this glucose solution until it’s fully saturated.
  2. Apply to Plant Roots: Place the soaked bread directly at the roots of your plant. Make sure it’s buried slightly in the soil so it can decompose and release nutrients.
  3. Water the Plant: Water the soil around the roots to ensure the nutrients from the bread and glucose are absorbed.


  • Bread: Provides a slow-release source of nutrients as it decomposes.
  • Glucose: Gives a quick energy boost to the plant, promoting growth.
  • Explosive Growth: Encourages the development of many roots, branches, and flowers.


  • Regular Use: Apply this method once every few months for continuous growth.
  • Monitor Growth: Keep an eye on your plant and adjust care as needed.

By putting 1 piece of bread soaked in glucose at the roots, you can help your plant grow many roots, branches, and up to 500 flowers!