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Please put coffee grounds around soil around plants

Vonnie writes:
And, please put the coffee grounds on the soil around plants. This is an easy way to compost coffee grounds. Plants do well with tea leaves and tea also. Think of all the coffee grounds that are thrown away as garbage and which could be used to benefit plants. --Vonnie
Vonnie makes a good point, and gardeners should remember to ask their local coffee shop for their used grounds. Most shops keep their spent grounds to give to gardeners for just that purpose. Coffee grounds are high in nitrogen, and especially beneficial to roses and tomatoes. --Pen

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