Tea bags and coffee grains.

Any use in the garden for used tea bags and used coffee grains?
TIA,
Gary
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On 10/22/03 4:04 PM, in article Xns941CA38668EB7R3344324357788499939@216.168.3.44, "GaryM"

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Compost heap or on the ground near the plants.

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On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 16:04:30 -0400, GaryM wrote:

Absolutely! Sprinkle them on anywhere!
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GaryM wrote:

Have you ever been "tea bagged?" Tee Hee
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ewwwww...
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I am not sure about tea bags.
But as a guy in Seattle area with Starbucks headquartered here, I can tell you that Starbucks prepares used coffee grounds (I guess you actually meant coffee grounds) for free so people can pick them up and used as compost for acid-loving plants, like rhodies, azalea, and so on.
But I am not sure what you feel when your house smells like a coffee shop ....

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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (Siberian Husky) saideth:

I was amazed while back, when I went into a Peabody coffee shop and saw a plant that had vines growing 10-15 feet across the ceiling of the place, just a common elephant ear house plant. But the vines were 1/2" thick going out all over the ceiling ( they had used paper clips to suspend them ).
I asked how they got it to grow that bonkers and they they said they fed them the coffee that was left over and cooled down each night. House plants on caffeine. LOL!
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