Grinds with gardens

topher

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I have used them before(spent grounds that is) I could never waste coffee...but if it is already used I could
 
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Rowley

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oh yes, of course spent grounds. I don't care how beautiful a rose, I wouldn't use good coffee on it.
 

Coffee Guy

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Ahh coffee by any other name would it smell as sweet? Wait a minute, or is that rose? :shock: Oh well whatever...it's late...need sleep...so much for my attempt at humor...too much brew today...mind wandering :shock:
 

5ohwarrior

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I have been composting my coffee grounds for about 4 years and it makes some wonderful soil for potting plants and garden vegetables. Just about all my kitchen scraps go into the compost bin, except bread and meat.
-Jason
 

~Velvet Darkness~

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Yet another benefit of being a coffee junkie...people love it and plants do too!!! Although coffee does grow on trees so that is sort of cannibalistic in an offbeat sort of perspective. :-D
 

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