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to use as liquid feed.Every gardener should try and make all the compost they can, and I currently have six compost bins (including a 3-bay New Zealand bin) and three worm bins on the go. Every scrap of kitchen waste is composted, and by this I mean
's croquet lawn - although they reappeared in the herbaceous border. Come to think of it, I was probably put down on his parliamentary expenses!On the plus side, the soil in molehills is excellent for making your own potting composts.
anything too deeply - especially plants like this violet that is making the effort to grow already.As I have said before I make a lot of compost here but there is never enough to mulch the whole garden so, every other year I buy a trailer load of the stuff
to dig, spread a thick layer of compost, manure or composted green waste (like peat-free compost) over the soil surface. Worms will gradually work this in and the surface layer acts as a mulch to deter the germination of annual weeds.On the veg plot, I