Explore Soil Ph, Coffee, and more!

Explore related topics

Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds (with Pictures) | eHow

Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds

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 soil pH, making it more.

Coffee grounds left over from freshly brewed coffee have many uses in the garden. You don’t necessarily have to be a coffee fan to use the grounds in your garden. Many coffee shops offer them for …

Why Use Coffee Grounds in the Garden?  Coffee grounds provide an unlimited source of nutrients for your garden . . .   They hold moisture, They are free,   They smell good, They contain Nitrogen-Phosphate-Potassium (N-P-K) and other trace minerals, They help keep slugs away from plants, They repel ants, Earthworms LOVE them, They add acidity to the soil.

Add Coffee Grounds to the Garden (hold moisture, repel ants, help keep slugs away, worms love them, contain nitrogen-phosphate-potassium and add acidity to soil)

Baby Shower

Here is a fun idea for a baby shower! Make cookies shaped like a baby foot! Your guests will ooh and aah at the “too cute” cookies, Give each guest a foot shaped cookie cutter with a "foot poem" and a ribbon pink/blue bow. A neat favor to take home.


Hydrangea Border at the Powerscourt Gardens, Ireland -- Hydrangeas might just be my favorite flower, but I really do love them all :)

Check out Mother Nature's Best Home Remedies at https://survivallife.com/mother-natures-best-home-remedies/

Medicinal Plants You Can Grow In Your Backyard


Solar Garden border at Great Dixter, a house in Northiam, East Sussex, England - photo by Jonathan Buckley; Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’ with Campanula patula and Erysimum allionii in the Solar garden at Great Dixter

hmm... gingembre!

How To Grow Your Own Ginger

hmm... gingembre!

Camp Wander: Feed Your Grass & Garden with Coffee Grounds! Bonus Cats hate coffee

I'm a coffee lover & gardener . I have a love for both that transcends time and Apple products . I'm a slave to both.a hap.

I'm in Love!   New Variety! The Pistachio™ Hydrangea.. by whalan.....have to get these! Gorgeous!   rainyside.com

The Pistachio Hydrangea - mophead cluster of flowers begins festooned in chartreuse-green. As they mature, the center changes into violet red with the outside edges chartreuse-green.

Gardening, home garden, garden hacks, garden tips and tricks, growing plants, gardening DIYs, gardening crafts, popular pin, composting hacks, composting tips

12 Composting Tips You Should Know

The Party Dress FREE Pattern from The Cottage Mama. Size 6 month - 10 years. www.thecottagemama.com

free girls' dress patterns & charity sewing


Cut a leaf in half crossways, poke into soil and water, they will grow roots (the same as a Coleus or Begonia Rex) and you get extra plants.