Apple Compost Bin

Ceramic Apple Shaped Compost Crock

One great way to reduce waste is to start a compost pile. It’s simple to do, but the look and smell of compost could make a weak stomach churn. The Apple Compost Bin is an adorable pail that looks sweet in the kitchen as it hides unsightly compost muck.

Once you get past the hurdle of handling old, fermented scraps of food, composting can lead to a win-win situation. Earth wins and your garden wins. Add rich, nutritious compost to your gardening soil and you can forget about Miracle-Gro. It won’t be long before you harvest juicy lettuce, fresh herbs, and vine-ripened tomatoes, and you’ll be proud that they didn’t come from the store.

Make the commitment to compost with this cute apple crock. Just scrape fruit and vegetable scraps, bread, coffee grounds and more into the ceramic crock and close it up. Filtered lid keeps contents odorless till you fill it up and take it to your compost pile. Ceramic/metal. Hand wash. 10 1/2″L x 8 3/4″W x 12 3/4″H

Since Earth Day is shortly after the Spring Equinox, this marks an opportune time to start composting with the Apple Compost Bin. It’s $20.97 at Amazon.

Are you planning on growing some cool cukes soon? Well, there are none cooler than Heart or Star Shaped Cucumbers grown from a special plastic mold. And if you really want gnomes to visit your garden, attract them with the Grow Your Own Gnome Garden Kit. Also, send pesky critters scrambling by hiring the Garden Jawa Lawn Ornament to watch over things.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

One Response to “Apple Compost Bin”

  1. It is very cute, just don’t mistake it for a cookie jar!

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