Leaf Compost

leaves covering lawn


The joys of autumn and a garden filled with colourful deciduous trees –

Until they start to fall on your lawn…




Raking up the fallen leaves can be an ongoing task,  but there are rewards…

One of which is delicious leaf compost for your acid loving garden plants such as rhododendrons and blueberries – but how best to collect and store the leaves?

And what if you don’t have any need for leaf compost?


We have some tips to help with leaves in your autumn garden –


For Nathan’s tips on leaf collection and leaf compost, click here

For some tips on compost have a look at our YouTube video

And check out the ‘Compost and Soil‘ blog category


Some more Plews Potting Shed Gardening blogs you may enjoy

Why do leaves fall? And other autumn gardening questions

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Autumn gardening tasks – tender perennials, herbaceous perennials, tubers

5 Grow your own foods to eat with your Thanksgiving turkey


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