Gardening with HOTBIN

Using HOTBIN compost in your garden


Friday, 9 November 2018  |  HOTBIN Composting

As winter draws in the amount of available waste to compost starts to decline. Here is some help covering waste items you can continue to compost over the cooler period.

Friday, 7 September 2018  |  HOTBIN Composting

Looking for things to compost this Autumn? Here is a list of compostable items from your home and garden and advice on how to use your compost.

Wednesday, 13 June 2018  |  HOTBIN Composting

HOTBIN Composting was pleased to be part of the RHS & BBC Bloomin' Healthy Garden promoting the benefits of home made compost in keeping a garden healthy.

Thursday, 31 May 2018  |  HOTBIN Composting

Looking for things to compost this Summer? Here is a list of compostable items from your home and garden and advice on how to use your compost.

Tuesday, 27 March 2018  |  HOTBIN Composting

Looking for things to compost this Spring? Here is a list of compostable items from your home and garden and advice on how to use your compost.

Wednesday, 23 September 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

What does your first batch of compost look like? The base layer in your HOTBIN may need to be partially or completely reprocessed - find out why.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

Vermin and other pests are largely attracted to the HOTBIN because they can smell food waste around the bin. By keeping the HOTBIN and the surrounding area as clean as possible (for a compost bin) this can help in reducing the attraction of pests. There are a couple of considerations for your HOTBIN hygiene.

Wednesday, 29 July 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

Is peat or peat-free compost better? Or will making your own compost reap the best rewards for your garden? We look at why making your own compost is surely the best option.

Wednesday, 15 April 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

Should peat be banned? Understand peat and why the UK is seeking to ban its use in the horticulture industry.

Tuesday, 14 April 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

Compost various weeds from dandelions and buttercups to horsetail and ground elder in the HOTBIN. Just make sure you are hot composting first to ensure the weed seeds are killed off.


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