How to make leaf mould from autumn leaves

Monty shows how to collect autumn leaves and turn them into leaf mould in a chicken-wire bay, in this short video clip.

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In this practical Gardeners' World video clip, Monty Don shows you how to collect fallen autumn leaves and turn them into leaf mould in a chicken-wire bay. He explains what leaf mould is used for and how it differs from compost. He also shows you how to create shelter for wildlife from fallen leaves. Don't waste this free resource – watch now for full details.


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