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The Green State of Coffee At TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany

One unique way I continue to educate people about the benefits of coffee and to show that coffee can and does contribute to a better environment is to demonstrate the benefits of adding coffee grounds, that is the spent coffee after brewing, into the soil of your garden and potted plants. If all of us took the time to add coffee grounds by mixing them well into the soil, our plants would grow better because the coffee grounds contains large amounts of nitrogen that benefit plants. Also, the grounds become part of the soil providing a live environment to encourage worms that greatly add to the richness of the soil.

Here are some shots as of Saturday April 21, 2012 of our deck garden where we continue to grow lemons, oranges, tomatoes and various flowers and herbs. The rich soil conditions are also amended with chaff from roasting operations and of course the daily amounts of coffee grounds. If you don't have a green thumb with plants, you will after you start watering and amending soils with organic components that augment the nutrient level of the medium used.

Coffee Filter Grounds
Coffee Filter Grounds
Nitrogen rich and an excellent soil amender!
New Buds on Meyer Lemon Tree
New Buds on Meyer Lemon Tree
Spring is the time to feed your lemon trees too.
The TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany Deck Garden
The TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany Deck Garden
These plants subsist and thrive on coffee grounds added to soil!
New Plants getting their start
New Plants getting their start
Adding coffee grounds give plants a boost in the growing stages and throughout the life cycle.
Gardening is an excellent stress reducer too
Gardening is an excellent stress reducer too
Mix the coffee grounds thoroughly in the soil and you too will have a green thumb. Nitrogen is your plants best friend!
You really can make the world a better place
You really can make the world a better place
Start with the world of you, coffee, and your plants and a synergistic relationship will result!

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cucumber on Sunday, January 20, 2013 8:54 PM
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