"Many people start the day with a fresh cup of coffee and then discard the used grounds. A better use for those old grounds is in the garden. Old coffee grounds contain many nutrients plants need. The grounds are biodegradable and available..."
Western redcedar (Thuja plicata) tree known as a ''Kalaloch Cedar'' in Olympic National Park, Kalaloch, Washington State, U.S. Trees can grow to 50 (-71) m tall and 200 (-600) cm dbh. Image by M. D. Vaden.
This is a 3000 year old Cedar tree not far from Elk River, ID. It's hard to imagine, but it's been around 1000 years before Jesus was born. The park is so nice and it is accessable to those who are in wheelchairs as well as those who aren't. There are a series of paved paths and other hiking trails. There is even a nice maintained bathroom (no running water). It's a nice drive for a sunny day after all of their snow melts!!