Recycle leaf waste for healthier plants

Recycle leaf waste for healthier plants

Gardening writer C.L. Fornari focuses on the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S. She gives advice on how you can put your bags of fallen leaves to good use as organic fertilizer.Recycle leaf waste for healthier plants. 

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I mulched the leaves and placed them in the garden. I was told that I could then spread real mulch over that and get good looks and natural fertilization for the best of both worlds. We'll see.

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