Sunday, August 23, 2009

Decisions: where to put the new compost bin

My new compost bin is decorative enough that I could put it anywhere -- even in my front yard!

It could go in the back, nestled in the small rosebushes.

Then there's the deck, near the herbs and the geraniums. Or should it go near the polka dot chairs?

Ah, here we go. It's not as picturesque as the front yard or the roses, but it's practical. Next to the garage, in a place where I can reach it even when there's snow on the ground. It'll be easy to get the kitchen scraps in it all year long.

(Guest appearance by La Petite)
The new composter is from Algreen Products. It's available at College student posing inside not included.

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Blogger Green Bean said...

Wow! Pretty compost bin. Looks nothing like mine!

8/23/2009 10:06 AM  
Blogger Debbi Andersen said...

WOW that is a pretty compost bin! how fun!! That is something we need to do .. we have been getting greener every year .. just have not made it to the compost bin yet! Of course many of our old grains and stuff and veggies go out to the birds and squirrels so we are not totally wasteful lol

8/23/2009 10:24 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

That is a pretty bin and this is a cute post. hehe

8/23/2009 12:37 PM  
Blogger the planet of janet said...

and i truly hope that you hadn't started using it before la petite hopped inside ;-)


8/23/2009 1:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Daisy, I heart your new compost bin. It is darling--with or without La Petite:)

8/23/2009 8:43 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Too cute w/ La Petite in all the different places....too cute.

8/23/2009 11:15 PM  

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