Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds | Hunker
You can change the blossoms of Hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) from pink to blue by increasing the acidity of the soil. While adding coffee grounds may reduce soil pH, making it more acidic, the effect is temporary. Using coffee grounds as compost or mulch may benefit these perennial flowering shrubs.
Ideas for Succulent Gardens - daisymaebelle
I have shared before about my lack of “green thumb-ness.” It is an unfortunate condition. Because, a house looks so much more alive, if it has a bit of green. I have met a plant that I have a difficult time killing. It doesn’t like to be watered much. Which is good, because I tend to […]
When to Cut Back Ornamental Grasses • The Garden Glove
If you have wanted to know when to cut back ornamental grasses, look no further. We'll tell you when you should be cutting back ornamental grasses & why!