Sometimes, after a rainfall that was paired with an electrical storm (i.e. Lightning), gardens and other green areas seem especially vibrant and lush; this is because the area received a welcome shot of nitrogen through enriched rainfall. Therefore, lightning is helpful to most types of plants and flowers, although it may be dangerous to property, animals, and human beings. If you've wondered about the special properties in lightning, and just how they will affect plants, gardens, and grass, you'll be pleased to know that they are beneficial, rather than destructive.
Catching rain in special containers during an electrical storm may be dangerous; if you want to take advantage of nitrogen-enriched rain and use it to fertilize your plants and flowers indoors, simply make sure containers are in place and ready before a predicted lightning storm begins. Then, when is it safe, you can go out and pour the container's contents into a watering can or other handy vessel. Treating your beloved household plants and flowers with this special, fortified type of rain may be a great and economical way to ensure that your plants grow strong and that your flowers remain colorful, pretty and crisp for a longer period of time.