Are coffee grounds good for rhubarb?
Peppers (all varieties), radishes, sweet taters, eggplant, tomato vegetables, parsley, rhubarb, and taters are types of garden foods that thrive in somewhat acidic soil (although the soils in Idaho are predominantly alkaline).
In a similar vein, it is inquired as to which plants are fond of discarded coffee grounds?
Acidity-loving plants take advantage of the utilization of freshly ground coffee grounds. Adding freshly ground coffee for your garden may benefit acidity-loving plants including hydrangeas, rhododendrons, azaleas, lily from the valley, particularly, carrots, and radishes.