Spring Garden Tips
Composting and Managing Yard Waste


Coffee Grounds

Turn your morning coffee grounds into soil amendment or mulch for your indoor and outdoor gardens.

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Recycle, Don't Bag or Burn, Fall Leaves

Think of fall leaves as fertilizer falling from the sky, not an annoyance to be raked and removed. Recycle these nutrient-rich packets back into your landscape.

Tree leaves contain 50 to 80 percent of the nutrients the plants absorb from the air and soil throughout the growing season. Recycle these nutrients back into the soil to benefit future plantings.

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Recycle Fall Leaves in Your Landscape

Put fall leaves to work improving your garden soil.

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Always Room for Recycling Yard Waste

Whether gardening in a large space, small lot, or even a roof top garden, there is always room for composting.

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Trench Compost Kitchen Scraps

Summer means lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and that means lots of kitchen scraps to manage. Don’t send them down the garbage disposer or throw them away. Instead, recycle them into your gardens.

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Compost - It's Simple

Save time and money by turning landscape trimmings into a valuable soil amendment.

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Kitchen Scraps to Gardener’s Gold

Give your garbage disposal and wallet a rest. Convert kitchen scraps into a nutritious soil additive for your garden while raising bait for your next fishing trip. All you need is a container with drainage holes, shredded paper, red worms and of course kitchen scraps.

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