It’s Sunday, and you’ve just had a wonderful, laid-back breakfast featuring eggs and coffee. We love to have an elaborate breakfast or brunch on Sunday when we have all the time of the world and don’t have to get somewhere fast. But what do you do with the eggshells and coffee grounds when you’re done? You probably just throw them in the trash, but that’s a bit of a waste. Those shells and grounds can be very useful!
This trick can be amazingly helpful for people who have a green thumb and love to garden. Your plants will be grateful! When the temperatures rise outside it could go one of two ways with your beloved plants: either they thrive in the warm weather or they wither and get eaten by all kinds of vermin, like snails. With the tip we’ve got for you today, though, that might just be history. And you don’t need expensive pesticides or plant food for this at all. All you need to do is be more mindful of what you throw in the trash!
What do you need for this trick? It’s simple: you would like twelve empty eggshells and 4 generous tablespoons of coffee grounds. So, eat up! Or, you know, merely store the eggshells in an exceeding container until you have enough of them.
Once you’ve gathered the ingredients, you have to put them in a blender and add a generous splash of water. Blend these ingredients until it’s turned into a smooth mixture. Add extra water if needed.Home & Garden This iswhy you should put eggshells and coffee grounds in your blender
When the mixture is done, you can pour it over the soil where your plants grow in your garden. You’ll notice they will suddenly thrive and grow like never before! And the snails will stay away too.
How does this work? Coffee grounds contain nitrate and snails hate this substance, so they won’t come near it. The eggshells, in turn, provide atomic number 20 on to the soil. This will cause your plants to become healthier and stronger!