Ten Veggies and Herbs That (Practically) Grow Themselves
Ten Veggies and Herbs That (Practically) Grow Themselves >>>> Most can be grown in containers as well as in the ground, and can be adapted to different planting zones, which range from 10 in the deep South to 3 up in the North. Plant them in containers or in the ground.
1.Use coffee grounds around flowers/vegs. before watering them for a slow-release of nitrogen. 2.Coffee-ground mulch deterrs veggie/flower slugs or snails. It is fatal for both. 3.As a fertilizer, grounds are slightly acidic & full of nitrogen, aiding veg/plant growth. Grounds are good for tomato plants, which thrive on nitrogen. Grounds, when used for planting, create a natural acidic form of bacteria which boosts the growth of acid-loving plants as tomatoes, roses, blueberries…
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