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?
Coffee grounds are high in nitrogen. This is a basic need for plants. I get a lot of coffee grounds from starbucks. )
Thanks! I've been throwing mine out in the garden and didn't know if it was helpful or harmful.
Actually I wanted to say thanks for the info. I will definitely try adding the coffee grinds to my soil. Pleased to say that my tomatoes are growing beautifully.
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