Since I know I can compost coffee grounds, would it be OK to put the grounds on
houseplants? Also, I like to conserve water. Can I use water from cooking sweet ...
Jul 21, 2009 ... Finally, a word of caution on using coffee grounds for houseplants: Moist grounds
encourage fungus growth that can be detrimental to your ...
But coffee grounds are close to neutral, with a pH between 6.5 and 6.8, making
them a good choice for all plants. Each type of plant will prefer a different amount
When used around plants coffee grounds should be composted before they are
... to use coffee grounds, or liquid coffee, as a fertilizer for my houseplants? ... it is
all too easy to overdo something that seems like it should be good for our plants.
I am spreading coffee grounds from the local Bagelsmith under my five-year old
pines ... the classic 'dry brown' material that is the heart of a good compost pile.
Apr 19, 2011 ... But when my grandmother passed away, I inherited her houseplants as well ...
Just spread your used coffee grounds on the top of the soil, and ...
Mar 26, 2014 ... I tried adding used coffee grounds to my house plants and had a ... However, it's
probably still a good idea to dilute any coffee you're adding.
Jan 13, 2017 ... Many gardeners add coffee grounds to compost piles where it decomposes and
... to the plants, milk or artificial creamer won't do your plants any good. ... Coffee
works great on many types of flowering indoor plants but can be ...
Mar 3, 2016 ... Are coffee grounds as fertilizer a good idea? And how do coffee grounds used for
gardens help or hurt? Keep reading to learn more about ...
May 17, 2010 ... Coffee grounds are particularly good for tomato plants, which thrive on ... You can
also directly sprinkle grounds into houseplant soil or in your ...