My Home and Garden
Do you want some bun poop?
I would LOOOOVVVVVE bun poop!!!
K. I'll talk to the buns. ;)
I love, love leaf mulch. I have two chicken wire bins behind my cedar hedge. I don't mow mine down, (too lazy), I just throw them in one bin, the next year the other gets filled and the first is good to work with. Mmmm, chocolately goodness.
Hi Deborah...I love it that something we used to think was a big pain in the a**, is in fact an unbelievable resource. I may inform all my neighbors that I will take any unsprayed leaves. The thought of them ending up in the landfill...can't even go there.
I can't imagine my garden without leaf mulch. With all my trees, I have it whether I want it or not!
I get my son to mow up all the leaves...they are a pain in my bum come spring...lolI am so glad to have had a few minutes to come and snoop around on your page here...I love reading your posts!
would you like to be featured on another blog I contribute to? if you would...please email me and I will send you a list of interview questions about your little greenhouse you have in the sidebar...I would love to add you to the friends who grow in greenhouses section of it???it is called growing 4 seasons. I partner with a friend who is also a garden nut! my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Deb...do you do anything with wire rings or do you just throw the leaves into a pile?Hi Tootsie...I will send you an email with my email. I would be happy to answer your questions. You know gardeners..any excuse to talk gardening!!! My greenhouse has given me MUCH joy this year.
Perfect! It is so good for the grass and the soil. I use many of the leaves in my compost pile as my carbon element.
Hi SB,..I am storing them in my compost bin. There's a good chance it could just live there until next year.
You are going to be delighted with the results. I swear there's a day in the spring when I can hear the worms dragging down their little leaf litter treasures.
I am glad to see someone else takes advantage of leaves. They make great mulch in garden beds, and you can leave ground leaves right on your lawn.
I am so thrilled that there are so many of you who love compost and mulch as much as I do. What is it about taking garden refuse and turning it into black gold, that gets every gardener so excited. I have not yet had the pleasure of shoveling compost into the garden, but I'm really looking forward to the first time!!!
Oh I love leaf mulch! Lucky you to have a great gardening assistant :)
Hi Christine...I am lucky aren't I? He doesn't grumble too much either.