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Can I Put Coffee Grounds or Cooking Water on my Houseplants?

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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 ...

DID YOU KNOW: Used coffee grounds improve soil quality for ...

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DID YOU KNOW: Used coffee grounds improve soil quality for houseplants. ... have to coffee grounds, it is a good way to recycle/repurpose with a great benefit.

Plants That Like Coffee Grounds | ThriftyFun

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Jul 22, 2009 ... Finally, a word of caution on using coffee grounds for houseplants: Moist grounds encourage fungus growth that can be detrimental to your ...

Because You Asked: How Can I Use Coffee Grounds as Fertilizer ...

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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.

How do I apply spent coffee grounds as a fertilizer? - Gardening ...

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Jun 22, 2011 ... I've read that spent coffee grounds work well as a fertilizer. ... and other answerers here say the acidity is good for the peppers. .... Likewise, I would avoid using coffee grounds with potted houseplants, not only because of the ...

Coffee Grounds & Gardening: Using Coffee Grounds As Fertilizer

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Mar 3, 2016 ... Then consider putting your used coffee grounds to work in the garden. ... Houseplants ... Are coffee grounds as fertilizer a good idea? And how ...

Grounds for Gardening - Purdue University

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Mar 24, 2006 ... Coffee grounds are a low-level source of nitrogen, having a fertilizer ... I would avoid using coffee grounds with potted houseplants, not only ...

The Perks of Indoor Gardening for the Coffee Drinker | Apartment ...

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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 ...

Coffee Grounds Perk Up Soil And Plants | Care2 Healthy Living

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Apr 26, 2008 ... A good source of used grounds is your local coffee shop, where ... pot or two of coffee, add a spoonful or two to houseplants and a cup or two to ...

4 Ways to Recycle Coffee Grounds From Your Coffee Maker - wikiHow

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Four Methods:Add Coffee Grounds to Your Existing Compost PileAdd Coffee Grounds Directly to ... and rich in nitrogen, they make a great fertilizer for houseplants and garden plants. ... Are coffee grounds good for potted strawberry plants?

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Jan 31, 2016 ... I've used coffee grounds on my garden plants for years, but never tried it ... you could get to a point of "too much of a good thing" fairly quickly.

Fertilizing Plants With Coffee Grounds and Eggshells | Home Guides ...

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Used coffee grounds and eggshells are free and provide much-needed nutrients to ... neutral, with a pH between 6.5 and 6.8, making them a good choice for all plants. ... Plants & Shrubs That Like Coffee Grounds · How to Enrich Soil for Indoor ...

Coffee Grounds on Plants and Coffee for your Houseplants - Donnan

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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.