Composting does a garden good!
Whether you live in the city, in the suburbs, or in the country—even a cold climate*—composting can be easy.
* scroll past the infographic for information about winter composting!
No matter the size and scope of your garden, your potted plants or full in-ground garden can benefit from some nutrient-rich compost. It can really make all the difference in the health, beauty, and yield of your plants.
The good news is that you don’t need to lug in cow manure from a farm to feed your plants! You can do double earth-friendly duty by making your own compost. Collecting items for composting, like vegetable scraps, newspapers and egg shells keeps them from your garbage.
Even better, if done correctly and allowed proper air-flow, your compost pile doesn’t have to stink up the place!
Here’s a great infographic that breaks down the basics of making your own compost, clearly pointing out what you do and don’t want to put into your compost pile.
But first, listen to the latest Green Divas Green Thumb in the Garden podcast segment…
infographic provided by organiclesson
What about winter composting?
Find out on the next page…