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so this came from another thread where we were talking about "community living" and i wanted to post a separate thread to ask what recommendations ya'll have for a "not noticeable" composting in ceramic (is that a good idea) planters for my (really small) garden?

the garden is about 6 feet wide by about 2 feet deep - so it's long, but skinny.

i feel guilty about the food that can seemingly be wasted (scraps of food, etc) - and want to add nutrients to our soil w/out having to buy so many bags of new soil or plant food.

can i do this in a few small flower pots? i dont want it to be noticeable, as we're not really supposed to compost.

ideas and recommendations are welcome.

thanks!
 

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I dont know about others compost but mine has different stinky stages LOL.
The planetr idea would help me to as my pile is far away. But what about the smell?
 
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I just remembered that a H Depot employee told me trash bins are good for compost because you can strongly attach the lid ,then roll the bins in the drive way.... for faster composting.
 

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Thanks for posting that link. I'd like to make one of those.
 
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