579 compost bins Eclectic Home Design Photos

Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
Seattle Organic Garden
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check out way to compost in trash can
small bin with drilled holes as compost bin
Steel compost with holes and bungee cord
trash can is a compost bin, holes drilled in
This is just a small bin with holes drilled on the bottom and sides. I throw kitchen scraps and yard waste in here, put the top on, and use a bungee cord to keep the raccoons out.
creates great rich compost full of worm castings. spreads in garden.
At the west end of the garden is another steel trash can, but this one is half buried in the dirt. “There are so many ways to compost that are truly brainless; they’re so easy,” says Ockerlander. “This is just a small bin with holes drilled
but this one is half buried in the dirt. “There are so many ways to compost that are truly brainless; they’re so easy,” says Ockerlander. “This is just a small bin with holes drilled on the bottom and sides. I throw kitchen scraps and yard waste in here, put the top on, and use a bungee cord to keep the
“Composting idea” — zinnia211
Amy Renea
Garden Tour
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Krasuski's secret for the mounds and mounds of tomato plants: Giant compost bins throughout the property are filled through fall, winter and spring. Then tomato plants are planted in the compost bins each spring. By summer, the compost piles are invisible.
grown in compost containers which are spread out and filled fall, winter and spring, which then get "hidden" by the plants in summer. Sungold tomatoes
when watering, can help prevent problems, but if the disease is severe, you will need to destroy the plants, keeping any diseased plants out of your compost.
Krasuski's secret for the mounds and mounds of tomato plants: Giant compost bins throughout the property are filled through fall, winter and spring. Then tomato plants are planted in the compost bins each spring. By summer, the compost piles are invisible.
“Good tip.” — marlene_s
Amy Renea
Garden Tour
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great time to start bulking up the compost bin. You will have a multitude of spent annuals to toss in the pile, husks and cobs of sweet corn and more leaves than you can shake a stick at. Make sure to use them. If you don't have time to make a proper compost bin, just pile everything in a back corner
into a compost pile now, where they’ll break down over winter. Even better: Stockpile dried leaves, in garbage bags or piled in that out-of-the-way place, for summer. In warm weather there’s an abundance of succulent green material (nitrogen) for your compost pile. But to keep the composting process
process aerobically working, and not rotting, it needs lots of “browns” (carbon), in the form of dried material. How to start a compost pile
“Leaf compost 4” — marcus68
Amy Renea
Garden Tour
Ideabooks543
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Like the fencing/protection for her garden. Another idea - Have multiple compost sites (bins) and plant the tomato plants in the compost bins/piles
tomato plants thrive in compost bins
Tomatoes thrive in compost bins?!
“Go little!!” — jerigolda
Gloria Carlson
7 Reviews
Palo Alto kitchen- Orange Viking Range!
Ideabooks16
Questions1
Does the client like the in counter compost? Thanks for sharing this fun design!
It is the Blanco Solon compost container
What brand is the compost container?
Compost bin...In counter compost
“J'aime l'absence de rebord qui permet d'amener les residus en un coup de torchon.” — jfgosselin
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
Seattle Organic Garden
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plants around it. “Weeds can be dynamic accumulators, too,” Ockerlander says. “Like dandelions. I always leave dandelions in the garden. If you’re composting and chopping and dropping, you’ll have that layer around your plants and the dandelion seeds won’t be such a problem. Dandelions are wonderful. They
“Boardwalk kitchen area.” — pkwhittle
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
6 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks43
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compost bin
“Alder” — concon13
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
Seattle Organic Garden
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A drum compost bin sits close to an outdoor heater and a chair where the homeowners enjoy the garden view and watch who visits the birdbath. A steel trash can holds a tree, adding height as well as the ability to move it around to other parts of the yard.“Filling empty areas in your garden with pots
“A steel trash can holds a tree, adding height as well as the ability to move it around to other part” — treebeard53
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