this depends on the plant, of course. coffee is acidic, but it can be quite good for plants. if your plants like acidity, coffee can be beneficial.
there are approximately 40 species of coffee plants. however, the actual coffee drink are mainly made out of 3 of those species, namely the arabic coffee, robusta coffee and liberica coffee.
plants will grow in coffee grinds as long as it is mixed with soil
if your soil has more alkaline in it then yes, coffee is spectacular for plants.
yes, coffee can harm some plants. coffee grounds are sometimes used as fertilizer for plants like roses. these grounds can harm more delicate plants by adding too much acid to the soil.
the reason coffee helps plants grow is because it has acid but to much could mean the plants will not grow.
coffee plants produce beans, which is what is used for coffee.
animals do not make coffee, plants do.
coffee and tea plants are both dicotyledonic.
cotton and coffee plants.
well, whether or not coffee is good for plants depends on the ph level in your area's soil. if your soil has more alkaline in it then yes, coffee is spectacular for plants. so, essentially, it really depends on what kind of soil you have.
coffee bean plants!!!
yes. coffee (beans) come from plants. grown in jamaica, and other south american and asian countries.
over 70 countries grow coffee plants. but only a small number grow coffee plants commercially. along with hawaii, coffee plants are also grown commercially in latin america, south america (brazil and columbia being among the largest producers), parts of africa, asia including the islands and even australia.
coffee grounds are excellent compost for plants. they are chemically neutral, not acidic as the acid comes out when the coffee is brewed. many coffee shops will give away the grounds to people that ask. coffee grounds are an excellent source of nitrogen.
plants,coffee,it goes all the back to the 13th century.
the effect that coffee has on plants varies. it can sometimes slow down the process of roots growing. however, it can act as an insect repellent when applied to mulch surrounding the plants.
no it does not help plants to grow because coffee ground use some nutrients that are not good for regular plant
coffee plants like volcanic soil. hawaii is a great place to grow coffee. columbia is also a good source because it too had volcanoes.
coffee can help the growth of your plants. coffee contains a small amount of nitrogen which is helpful for the growth of foliage. coffee grounds are best put into compost bins and allowed to decompose. if you have any leftover coffee in the coffee pot dilute it with water (fill the pot back up) and use the diluted coffee to water plants to help encourage growth.
no plants can't grow in coffee because it isn't have water in it!
they use the coffee grounds as nutrient.
coffee beans are coffee seeds. they help the plant by making new coffee plants. what you buy at the store is roasted coffee seeds.
the word coffee is a noun, for the drink, the necessary beans, or the plants they grow on. several prepositions can be used with coffee as an object (in coffee, of coffee, from coffee), but notably "over coffee" (taking place while drinking coffee).
many gardeners think coffee grounds make an excellent mulch or compost, but it would probably depend on the coffee.