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How-To: Biodegradable Flower Pots From Coffee Grounds

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Leftover Coffee Grounds

Leftover Coffee Grounds - Flower Bed Booster ! Toss your leftover grounds with your soil, to give acidic soil-loving plants a boost.

A Royal Doulton baluster vase, late 19th/early 20th century, moulded and enamelled with flower heads and leaves, on purple grounds, 23.5cm high, together with a collection of other stoneware vessels (a lot)

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Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds

You can change the blossoms of Hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) from pink to blue by increasing the acidity of the soil. While adding coffee grounds may reduce soil pH, making it more acidic, the effect is temporary. Using coffee grounds as compost or mulch may benefit these perennial flowering shrubs.

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Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds

You can change the blossoms of Hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) from pink to blue by increasing the acidity of the soil. While adding coffee grounds may reduce soil pH, making it more acidic, the effect is temporary. Using coffee grounds as compost or mulch may benefit these perennial flowering shrubs.