What do you do with your coffee grounds? Have you ever heard about using them as fertilizer? It’s true, it’s actually an excellent way to feed plants and keep pests away. For best results, there are a few guidelines to follow.
Jill Clark at tipsbulletin.com shared eleven ways to use coffee grounds in the garden. She covers the many ways they are helpful. Then she discusses how to reduce their impact on soil acidity. But there are some fruits, roots, and flowers that actually like coffee grounds straight from the pot. Once you’ve used them in your garden, you may notice that you have fewer problems with insects that prey on plants. Get the inside scoop on how to reuse coffee grounds in the garden when you click the link below.