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Your parents who like drinking tea and coffee, don't throw away them after you used tea bags and coffee. Chances are you drink tea or coffee, and have coffee grounds and used tea bags readily available, probably every day. Coffee grounds contain a high amount of nitrogen and you can always put them directly into your compost pile for an easy boost for your plants. Collect the grounds, and place a thin layer around the base of the plant each week, and allow to soak in during daily watering. Plants that like acidity, such as tomatoes, blueberries, and roses, will do well. Worms also feed on grounds, so they too will assist and fertilize your garden’s soil.