Wriggly Wrigglers

OK, so not eveyone can get excited about making their own compost.

home made compost Once a year I spend a day digging out last year’s compost bins ready to pot on my tomatoes, mulch the roses and sieve compost to sow seeds. I always think that the process where all that shredded cardboard, veg peelings and garden waste turns into black gold is a kind of alchemy. It’s mainly down to these amazing creatures and the micro-organisms that can’t be seen.

wiggly wigglers

Best not to look too closely if you’re squeamish.  But as a result, my garden  is blooming lovely!

large white roses

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