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June 02, 2008

Green Tip: Garden With Used Coffee Grounds

Used coffee grounds make a great fertilizer for plants that thrive in acidic soil, like rhododendrons or azaleas. Sprinkle coffee grounds and eggshells around the base of plants to repel ants, snails, and slugs.

Click here and here for more creative coffee ground ideas. Got a great use for coffee grounds?  Please share!


Sources:  Green Daily, Curbly

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