Except for diseased and pest-laden materials or materials that have been treated with herbicides, almost any type of garden waste can be composted. You can also use such kitchen leftovers as vegetable and fruit peels, vegetable tops, coffee grounds, tea leaves, and eggshells.
Most fruit and vegetables can be grown in a container with a little imagination, including carrots, potatoes, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, chillies and herbs. For pots and containers, fill with plenty of Gro-Sure Vegetable Growing Compost to ensure enough nutrient levels.
You can buy ready-made, organic compost to get a jump start. But it's easy. Fold in a couple shovelfuls of garden soil rich in organic matter and let the natural process begin.. . Holds several days worth of vegetable peels and food scraps.
Had a load of compost from a company Blessing Blends specializing in organic, high quality compost. What they delivered looked amazing – so after stripping.