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Are Coffee Grounds Good for Roses?

by Alice Moon
Roses are acid-loving plants, making coffee grounds a seemingly perfect addition to their soil, but before you leave the local coffee shop with a bag of grounds in addition to your favorite coffee drink, educate yourself on their proper use.

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