Decomposing coffee grounds release Nitrogen, Potassium, Phosphorus and other Minerals to the soil for growing healthy plants that need/love these nutrients (IE. tomatoes, peppers, and more). - My Gardening Path
Slugs can be one of the most annoying garden pests. If left uncontrolled, they can completely annihilate a healthy garden. If you notice lots of small holes in the leaves of your plants, you likely have a slug issue. No worries though, you can get rid of
Leftover Coffee Grounds :: Hometalk- Save grounds and Orange peels put in oven to dry, then spread over ground where critters like to pee, and under roses etc. Plants like the nitrogen! House plants thrive on coffee!
Coffee Grounds are great for Camellias, Hydrangeas & Roses