Using Coffee Grounds on Blueberry Bushes

I have heard that coffee grounds were good to put on blueberry bushes. Does anyone know how much and how often I should use them? I got berries on this year for the first time and the bunny ate them. They know what's good. Thanks.


Hardiness Zone: 5a

By judie from Ypsilanti, MI


August 6, 20090 found this helpful

Yes, they are very good for blueberries. I throw all my coffee grounds, egg shells, and banana peels on all my plants.

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