It’s good for “baby” flowers, too!
Baby powder has a surprising number of uses that have nothing to do with babies. It can help cool down hot sheets in the summer, remove stains, and get rid of mold—and those are just some of its awesome household uses. But you won’t believe all the ways it can make gardening easier, too. Here are the reasons you should keep a bottle in your garden shed or garage. First of all, it’s good for bulbs! If you sprinkle bulbs with baby powder before planting them, their roots are less likely to rot. Baby powder also functions as a nice layer of protection against hungry mice.