Recycle Your Coffee Grounds Into Your Garden Soil For Fewer Pests, Richer Soil And Happier Plants
Wait! Before you throw away those coffee grounds, save them so you can try these brilliant coffee ground garden hacks. Your plants will love coffee as much as you do!
Chances are, that unless you are a professional gardener, your bed soil could use a little help with nutrients from time to time. Ours is full of clay and just awful for planting, so I am constantly trying to figure out a way to make it better. I was delighted to find this helpful list from Your House And Garden, which outlines all of the wonderful reasons why coffee grounds are such a great soil additive. They help keep certain pests away, provide a boost to flowers and veggies and even keep the neighbor’s cat from sniffing around. Judging by the comments, this practice has tons of fans and it sounds like your local coffee shop might even provide you with a steady supply of grounds. We can’t wait to give our garden a serious caffeine buzz!
The 7 Coffee Ground Garden Hacks include:
- Pest Control
- Cat Repellent
- Boost for acid-loving plants
- Easy fertilizer
- Boost carrot and radish harvest
Check out the complete details at Your House and Garden. Happy planting!
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