Use your coffee grounds to feed your plants. Put them on flowering plants or vegetables gardens (in raised beds, or in pots).
Organic coffee grounds can be used on organic gardens.
We can use used coffee grounds for our garden. It is natural for the plants, so it is very beneficial for plants.
One creature that does love coffee grounds is perhaps the most beneficial to the garden, these being earthworms. From my own experience and from many others, they love the stuff, are attracted to it, and your soil will be healthier as a result.
Just apply cooled, used coffee grounds around your eyes and sit back and relax for twenty minutes before washing them off.
My girlfriend uses them as a facial scrub. I don't know how effective they are in that role but she is still my girlfriend.
We put all of our used coffee grounds in our compost pile along with our eggshells, carrot peels and other vegetative matter. They can also be put directly onto the soil around plants. I have heard that acid loving plants appreciate that.
by Jennifer Arnett5 years ago
Why are coffee grounds good for your garden?I was at a coffee shop and they have a sign that offered free coffee grounds for the garden. Why do coffee grounds make good compost?
by the pink umbrella7 years ago
Okay, im facebook friends with my high school boyfriend, and he asked me if id like to go for coffee and catch up. he's married, and i have a boyfriend, well kinda. I am not out to be a cheaty cheater, im just not sure...
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