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Do Rose Bushes Like Coffee Grounds?

by Elton Dunn
There's a lot of anecdotal evidence that suggests coffee grounds benefit gardens, but skeptics wonder why. Roses like acid soil and coffee's acidic, but the connection runs deeper than that. Used in moderation, coffee can benefit your bush.
Viv Duncan
Viv Duncan • 2 years ago

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Coffee: Save leftover coffee to spray plants that have a problem, make sure to spray underneath the leaves as well as the stems and surrounding soil. You can also sprinkle a layer of used coffee grounds around the plant to ward off these pests. They won’t like it and will likely move on to greener pastures in a few short days.

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