Today’s tip of the day is for all you green thumbs out there…or maybe for some of you that wish you had a green thumb, but don’t! I love my plants…they just make me feel like I can breathe better, and I love feeling like I have a bit of the outdoors inside! Sometimes, though, they can look a little pitiful, and that’s when I know they need a little coffee. Huh? Well, don’t you need coffee when you are feeling a little tired? I know I do. Well, coffee works on plants kind of like it works on humans…it wakes them up and gives them a little boost. Now, don’t go pouring your cup of hot coffee on those plants just yet! They prefer the coffee grounds. Just save a little of your leftover coffee grounds and sprinkle them onto the soil, then water your plant as normal. I do this about once a month, and I just use one of my leftover pods from our Keurig. This is a great way to make those flowering plants that refuse to bloom start blooming again as well. Geraniums in particular just love coffee, and so do Peace Lily plants! Just give it a try, your plants will thank you for it ;)
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