Elsie & Fleur

If you haven’t thought of making your own compost before, then May is the perfect month to have a go at it. Around a third of an average household bin can be composted.

This includes:
  • fruit and vegetable peelings
  • teabags
  • even cardboard and newspaper
  • along with your garden waste but be sure you don’t pop in any weeds with seed heads or roots that can regenerate.

And it’s easy to do it yourself in a home composting bin. Within six to nine months you’ll have top quality compost to dig into your soil and give your borders and plot a boost.

Written by Sarah Johnstone — May 11, 2016

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