Will coffee grinds help plants?

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  • AmAtHome AmAtHome on Jun 02, 2018
    I have most of my plants in containers, and I sprinkle a couple of tablespoons in most of them about once a week. Check and see if your plants like acidic conditions before you use them.
  • Mem28133425 Mem28133425 on Jun 02, 2018
    Yes , any acid loving plant.

  • Svm27730404 Svm27730404 on Jun 03, 2018
    Yes, acid loving plants will thrive. This year we regularly put coffee grounds around our blueberry plants and we have the largest crop ever.

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Jun 03, 2018
    Yes! The nitrogen is very beneficial for healthy growth.
  • 19628357297 19628357297 on Jun 03, 2018
    i put it around my gerber daisies , i also use our left over coffee on my plants , my mail lady pulled up to the front of the house and honked ,she wanted to know how i got my daisies so big and so many blooms , we have
    about 4 cup left over in the pot in the morning ,i finish filling the pot up with water and take it out and water plants.
  • Cheryl Gillman Cheryl Gillman on Jun 03, 2018
    If you have a blender put coffee grounds, banana peel (&/or orange peel) and some egg shells in it, blend it all together then spoon it around the bottom of your plants
    Coffee grounds alone also good to help fertilize your plants
  • Joy30150932 Joy30150932 on Jun 03, 2018
    Yes, you can sprinkle the grounds around your plants to deter snails, etc.