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You can also use leaves to make a nutritious "tea" for your plants. Simply wrap a small pile of leaves in burlap and immerse in a garbage can or large bucket of water. Leave for three days, then remove the "tea bag" and dump contents into the compost. Scoop out the enriched water with a smaller bucket and use to water your plants and shrubs.



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Comment: ~ Leaf-mould tea

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heidbenati
heidbenati
March 22, 2009
Cool idea!

Marnicle

Montana March 21, 2009
I just tried some of that and it tasted horrible, but my tree loved it, thanks so much!
gardengeek
gardengeek
March 20, 2009
Fadinha Green, you're the best Fada that ever lived! Thanks for you're vast knowlege.

Fadinha

paris March 19, 2009
I will try.. thank you for the great ideas.

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