Coffee grounds are good for more than the magic of making hydrangeas blue. There are many uses, both agricultural and aesthetic! The various compounds that make up coffee add nutrients to the soil and they’re also great for sprucing up your outdoor furniture.
The gardening experts at plantcaretoday.com have written an article about all of the wondrous uses of used coffee grounds. Not a coffee drinker? Don’t worry – coffee shops will give them to you for free! You can use grounds to amend the soil or even as a bedding soil for otherwise hard to grow mushrooms. They’re not just for small plants, either. Certain trees flourish with coffee grounds as mulch. Click the link below to find out which ones and to read about the edible plants that will prosper when paired with coffee grounds!