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By Mary Ellen Ellis
A few honey lily bulbs add a spectacular focus to a flower bed. This is a unique kind of bulb many gardeners have never seen. Growing honey lilies is no more difficult than your other fall bulbs, so consider adding this unusual plant to your list. Learn more here.
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Composting coffee grounds before adding them to the soil lets them age enough to release their nitrogen into the compost. Here are some tips for composting with the grounds:
Let the grounds cool before adding them to your bin.
* Use a ratio of about 1/3 coffee grounds, 1/3 green material, such as grass clippings and flower stems, and 1/3 dried leaves for compost.
* Let the compost age for about three months before spreading it on the soil.
Susan Lundman began writing about her love of gardening and landscape design after working for 20 years at a nonprofit agency. She has written about plants, garden design and gardening tips online professionally for ten years on numerous websites. Lundman belongs to numerous gardening groups, tends her home garden on 2/3 acre and volunteers with professional horticulturists at a 180 acre public garden where she lives on Bainbridge Island in Washington State.