Coffee grounds are one way to create soil that supports the growth of more
unusual-colored hydrangea blooms. Before you swing by your coffee shop to
pick up ...
Don't throw out those used coffee grounds. Put them to use in your garden. Just
dig in the ground and filter next to your plants to nourish them.
Jun 29, 2012 ... This spring I decided to test a theory to make the flowers bluer by adding coffee
grounds to the base of the roots. To obtain blue hydrangeas ...
Mar 22, 2013 ... Coffee grounds, when brewed, are acidic. Use them as a top dressing on the soil
around your hydrangeas, making sure to scratch the coffee ...
My hydrangea grows beautiful green leaves, but I haven't seen any blooms yet. ...
add aluminum sulfate, composted oak leaves, pine needles or coffee grounds.
With their high nutrient content, coffee grounds can be used to make your ... For
example, the addition of coffee grounds to hydrangeas is good for blue blooms.
Jun 18, 2012 ... After years and years of trying to grow hydrangeas with no success, ... I'll have to
try the coffee grounds to ensure blooms moving forward!
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 ...
Hydrangeas, Camillias and Roses Love Used Coffee grounds--Don't throw out
those used coffee grounds. Put them to use in your garden. Just dig in the ground
Some flowering plants, like hydrangeas, change color depending on the pH level
of the soil. Adding coffee grounds will reduce the pH level and give you bright ...