There are some plants that love coffee grounds!
Spring brings the time when we all like to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine. If you are spending a lot of time in your garden, you will probably want it to look pretty and attractive. Could the plants in your garden do with a bit of a boost? Then you should try using some coffee grounds because that might just make the difference!
Coffee grounds can be just as useful as fertiliser.
A cup of coffee can be a true lifesaver in the morning, or in the afternoon when you just need that extra pick me up. But the stuff that’s left after you’ve made your cup o’ joe is also very handy: it can give your garden a real boost. Of course, you could add the grounds to your compost heap but you could also use them directly in your garden. That’s because coffee grounds contain a lot of things that can benefit a garden, like nitrogen, phosphor, potassium, magnesium and copper. So, how do you use it exactly? We’ll explain it all to you!
Go to the next page to read about how to use coffee grounds in your garden!
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