I am spreading coffee grounds from the local Bagelsmith under my five-year old a perfect low-end pH for plants like blueberries that thrive in very acidic soil. DIY shows you how to give your plants a nutritional boost using leftover coffee grounds. Dec 28, How much caffeine actually remains in used coffee grounds is debatable, and some plants will be more sensitive to caffeine than others.
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Plus, I have a little lime left over from another project and was wondering if it was a good thing to add to the coffee ground compost. Start by adding a level tablespoon of grounds once a week and then observe how your plants change or grow. And how do coffee grounds used for gardens help or hurt? You can mix equal parts grounds and topsoil to create a potting mixture or, if you are adding to flower beds, you can just sprinkle it tim hortons ground coffee
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