Get the soil right and gardening becomes so much more fun than it needs to be… Following my previous recipe for coffee compost, this is the end result – a rich and potent fertilizer that is protecting established Summer plants, and will continue on to nurture next Winter’s crop. Continue reading
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Coffee Grounds in Compost
Introducing Coffee Compost It’s common to hear the term ‘Coffee Compost’ used among those that collect grounds for gardening (and besides being cool to say try doing that 5 times quickly). Imagine my surprise when I was unable to find a formal definition, just general instructions on how coffee grounds can be included as an … Continue reading
Which are the hardiest herbs?
Which are the hardiest herbs? 4 answers on Quora. Which are the hardiest herbs? What a great introduction to a post I didn’t even think to publish! Seems that the Quora site let’s me publish my responses to questions here and also throw them onto the Ground to Ground Twitter and Facebook groups. So maybe … Continue reading
How Pumpkins Grow with Coffee
Pumpkins Growing in Coffee Compost Pumpkin might be the most successful crop to ever grow in my garden. At times I carried out some self pollination, only because there did not seem to be enough bees around, and these clumsy hands broke off too many of the male flowers in the attempt than I care … Continue reading