After they’ve brewed their regular cup of morning coffee, most people simply toss the messy filter and grounds in the trash. But you shouldn’t!
Your love of coffee doesn’t have to end after you’ve poured that brew. In fact, there so many uses for coffee grounds beyond just making a drink, and once you see them, you’ll never throw out your grounds ever again.
Reusing your coffee grounds is always a smart idea when you’re trying to provide nourishment for your garden. Even if you are the greatest botanist in the world, you would not be able to get plants to grow properly without nutrient-rich soil.
Soil is, after all, the foundation from which all plants grow. We may often think of it as nothing more than insignificant “dirt,” and while in one sense that is technically true, it’s importance to the health and growth of plant life cannot and should not ever be understated. It’s absolutely essential, and coffee grounds can help with it.