Don’t throw out those old coffee grounds. They’re chock-full o’ nutrients that your acidic-loving plants crave. Save them to fertilize rosebushes, azaleas, rhododendrons, evergreens, and camellias. It’s better to use grounds from a drip coffeemaker than the boiled grounds from a percolator. The drip grounds are richer in nitrogen.
How to Attract & Care for Hummingbirds (Includes Homemade Hummingbird Food)
Use this canola oil/dish soap mixture on Japanese beetles. They also don't like garlic so add some garlic powder to the mix in a gallon jug and increase the amounts and then pour it into a spray bottle - just mix well before using.