When someone makes coffee, there are always leftover coffee grinds. Most people just toss them in the garbage. Instead of disposing of them, you can actually save them and put them in your garden or flowerbed.
Many people think that manure is the only thing for plants. You can actually use leftover coffee grinds to help plants grow and can also keep the plant healthy and strong by killing diseases that could potentially kill the plant.
Coffee grinds can add nitrogen, calcium, and even magnesium into the soil or your compost. Earthworms are very beneficial to the soil and they actually are drawn to the coffee grinds, so you may notice that there is an increase in this type of worm when you start using coffee grinds in your garden.
Coffee grinds will cause the acidity level in the soil to go up, so it is extremely important that you only use it in the part of the garden that will have plants that need the increased acidity level. Another added benefit to using leftover coffee grinds in your garden is that you will have less things to send to the dump, because you are no longer throwing them away.Still bored? Click to continue: GM Sees No Grounds to Throw Coffee Away