Question by  Heidi (14)

Will coffee grounds help my blueberries grow?


Answer by  mooseman (34)

NO, coffee ground will not help blueberries grow, Azeala food will, as will alumunin sulfate.The blueberries also need 100 of hours of chilling weather, i tryed to grow them in south florida and even used the ones with lowest chilling hours and they all died on me.Good luck.


Answer by  Echo (229)

Blueberries are an acid loving plant. Such acid loving plants can be helped with the acid in the coffee grounds. In addition, it will also give your plant a shot of nitrogen which will keep the leaves green.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Coffee grounds are excellent fertilizer for any crop, including blue berries. Just toss it onto the soil around the plants, and you've fertilized them. It is recommended that they have cooled to room temp first.


Answer by  Gabriel (2146)

Yes, they certainly will. Used coffee grounds are high in nitrogen and will help keep more moisture in the soil.

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