|Elain (moregardens) wrote in valloic,|
@ 2020-11-02 12:46:00
|Entry tags:||check please: derek nurse, ₴ inactive: anne shirley-cuthbert, ₴ inactive: cassian, ₴ inactive: elain archeron, ₴ inactive: nesta archeron|
There are some really beautifully colored leaves on the ground! I've noticed some people are bagging them up? Which is fine, of course, but actually, the leaves are really good for plants! If they're shredded and left on the ground, worms will come and eat them, and a healthy garden has plenty of worms! Or you can use them to keep perennial bulbs and root vegetables warm during the winter. I liked to have a pile, and then in the spring when the leaves had decomposed, I would use them as food for the soil. A happy ground is a happy garden!
Which is a very silly statement and I can't really believe I've said that.