Subject: {!name} - Compost a Gardeners Delight

Hey {!name},

QUOTE: When your garden is finished I
hope it will be more beautiful that you
anticipated, require less care than you
expected, and have cost only a little
more than you had planned. - Thomas D.

Isn't it amazing that all that waste
food that we can't or don't want in the
kitchen is such a good food source for
the plants in our garden.

What makes it better is the fact that
we can grow vegetables in our gardens,
cook and eat them, and whatever we
don't use goes back into the garden to
make the next lot of vegetables grow
better and healthier than ever.

Compost not only helps to feed your
plants by improving the quality of the
soil but it can also control diseases
in the garden.

You can create compost simply by
throwing all your waste on a pile and
waiting for it to rot, however this can
take quite a long time if the compost
pile is quite large. The rotting
process is aided by keeping the heap
moist and this might require watering
in hot climates.

More Information:

Having the compost in an enclosed
container can help to retain the heat,
which will speed up the process. It is
possible to buy specific containers
that are made for fast composting and
apart from the fact that they will keep
your yard looking a lot tidier, you
will get the benefits of using the
compost sooner and there will be less
'bad smells' in your garden.

Contained composts are also a lot
better at keeping vermin out which can
become quite a problem with uncovered
waste on your property.

Some of the premium compost containers
can be rotated, thereby giving you
access to the compost at the bottom of
the container, which is ready for use
without having to dig through the fresh
waste at the top.

This convenience will ensure you have
quality compost that you can use as
soon as it is ready rather than waiting
months for the contents to rot.

More Information: