Coffee Grounds - Organics for your Garden.

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  1. ozzy

    ozzy New Member

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    Using used coffee grounnds in the garden is a helpful way of adding organic material to your soil. Used coffee grounds are a good source of nitrogen. They are naturally acidic and especially good for acid loving plants such as blueberries, camelias, azaleas, roses, rhododendrons, and even viburnum. Dont add too thick of a pile or mold can occur. A thin layer outside the plant is all that is needed. Another benefit is that earthworms love them, they will feed on them and in turn aerating and fertilize your soil.
     
  2. petersoutcats

    petersoutcats New Member

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    I also use coffee grounds on my Yukka plants to get rid of the ants