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Coffee Grinds in the garden I use mine on all the plants they talk about. I even made a special container for keeping my grinds http://lemonbeanandthings.blogspot.com/2013/09/coffee-can-makeover.html

How to use coffee grounds in the garden. Hydrangeas Camillias and Roses Love Used Coffee grounds - The Gardening Cook:

Homemade "Miracle Grow": Get a clean glass or plastic jar, put a little water in it. Add egg shells and coffee grounds until it's about 3/4 full. Top it off with water and allow to sit in a cool, dark place for about a week, gently shaking once daily. Strain and use the liquid when ready to feed plants.

Homemade Miracle Grow: Get a clean glass or plastic jar, put a little water in it. Add egg shells and coffee grounds until its about full. Top it off w/water and allow to sit in a cool, dark place for about a week, gently shaking once daily. Strain and

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Used coffee grounds + crushed dry egg shells = no blossom end rot (Alternative Gardening)

Alternative Gardning: Used coffee grounds + crushed dry egg shells = no blossom end rot. Coffee grounds makes the soil more acidic so be sure the plants where you're putting it do well in acidic soil.

Discover how to recycle your coffee grounds and use them in your garden with these 5 tips!

5 Ways to Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden

5 Ways to Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden - Don't toss your coffee grounds! Use one of these 5 tips for using coffee grounds in your garden!

How to Use Lemon Gra

How to Use Lemon Grass to Repel Mosquitos - Seeds Of Real HealthSeeds Of Real Health

Do you know you can use baking soda for plants? Here are 17 hacks on how to use baking soda in the garden that you will find useful.

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

Awesome idea do you know you can use baking soda for plants? Here are 17 hacks on how to use baking soda in the garden that you will find useful.

Which composting method is best for you? (I'm afraid I'm not 'green' enough to consider using my own poo to feed my vegetable garden. Thank goodness there are alternatives.)

Which Composting Method is Best for You? Infographic Helps You Decide

How to make composting work for you infographic - explains worm composting, hot, cold, etc.

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