Need help with answer cooffee grind's

I've been saving coffee grinds for a year,When get potting soil this spring can I mix them together to plant my plant's,Thank's,,..

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  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 18, 2018
    Coffee grounds are somewhat acidic, so you have to be careful on how much you put on plants that are not acid lovers. You can sprinkle it over the whole of the garden soil, as earthworms seem to love the stuff. Look it up, I know that tomatoes like some added acid, but not too much.
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    • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 19, 2018
      I keep mine in an old plastic coffee can in the garage, so far no bugs yet, I keep the rest in the house in gallon freezer bags as I collect it. I make sure it has air dried before I put it away. Ours is from the coffee pods, which I use to start veggies in, and put the grounds from two pods on a foam plate and dry them. Nothing worse than moldy coffee grounds.
  • Interesting concept. Yes, but only if they are not moldy. Where are you storing it? Are you drying it out?
  • Eleanor S. Young Eleanor S. Young on Jan 18, 2018
    You certainly can grounds are good for plants.
  • Jean Jean on Jan 18, 2018
    I've done coffee grounds and ground shells. Seem to have always helped mine..I've done it both ways: sprinkle on top and or mix in.
  • Cindy Cindy on Jan 18, 2018
    Coffee grounds are great for the garden. But, as mentioned above, they should be mixed with soil. Coffee grounds, banana peels and egg shells are all good for the garden. Sand is another element for good results. It helps with water retention.
  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 18, 2018
    Only if their acid-loving plants.
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