Our Quick Guide to Composting at home to nourish your garden for free. Find out what you can and can’t put in your compost pile and how long it might take to create beautiful, nutrient-rich compost to nourish your garden. Also, learn where to put your compost bin for accessibility and benefits from the sun.
Once you have created your homemade compost, we also give you some ideas what to do with it to make best use of your new organic treasure! Your plants will love you for it. Check out our handy Quick Guide to Composting infographic for everything you need to create your very own garden compost pile today:
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We hope you enjoy our handy guide to composting!
#Til next week!
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Jo is our Social Media & Content Manager here at ColourFence. She is a published author in a number of realms including poetry, short stories and articles. She even once wrote a novel just to see if she could! Jo particularly loves to write home and garden articles and fancies herself as an amateur interior designer! When not writing, Jo can usually be found in the company of animals and fosters for an animal charity.
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