Fertilizer - Seed to Bean

Used coffee grounds can be used as a natural fertilizer for plants. Simply sprinkle the grounds around the base of your plants and work them into the soil.

Here's how you can make a natural fertilizer using coffee grounds:

  1. Collect used coffee grounds: Save your used coffee grounds in a container. You can also ask local coffee shops if they can give you their used coffee grounds, as many of them would be happy to give them away for free.
  2. Dry the coffee grounds: Spread the used coffee grounds out on a flat surface and let them dry completely. Drying the coffee grounds will prevent them from getting moldy or attracting pests.
  3. Add to the soil: Once the coffee grounds are dry, you can add them directly to your garden soil or potted plants. Simply sprinkle the coffee grounds on top of the soil and mix them in gently.
  4. Water the plants: Water your plants as usual to help the coffee grounds release their nutrients into the soil.

    Like composting, it's important not to use too many coffee grounds at once, as they can make the soil too acidic and harm your plants. Use coffee grounds in moderation and monitor your plants' health