Deadheading Midsummer is often a time in the garden where annual flowerbeds start to look a bit tired. That is unless you take the time to deadhead your plants. Deadheading is the act of removing spent flower blooms from the plant. Deadheading is vital to prolonging the display of beautiful flowers and to the health of the plant for a number of reasons. Promotes Reblooming, Prevents Spreading, Stronger, Bushier Plant, Garden Health, Aesthetics http://www.growingagreenerworld.com/deadheading/
se leftover tea and coffee grounds to acidify the soil of acid-loving plants such as azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, gardenias and even blueberries. A light sprinkling of about one-quarter of an inch applied once a month will keep the pH of the soil on the acidic side.
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Gardening: Proof that using leftover coffee grounds in the garden really helps your plants! These roses were grown from coffee-enriched soil!
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