As a newbie composer myself, I’ve been researching and thinking of my own set up for a while, by now I pretty much have a list of recommendations for a fun, useful gift for someone who loves composting!
Subpod- the all in one solution!
What I love about Subpod besides being beautiful, functional, and easy to use, is the huge support and learning system that the subpod community offers! With videos, a course, and a very active community forum, you can feel confident about the new wormy adventure ahead!
The subpod is not only a worm farm but a really unique one! The Subpod not only disposes of your organic waste but is also the ‘growth hub’ for your garden. The movement of worms and microbes between your Subpod and garden bed builds soil fertility and plant health, allowing you to grow nutrient-dense food at home with ease.
The Subpod® in-garden compost system that works with nature, using worms and microbes to compost organic waste without the odors, vermin, mess, and hard work of traditional composting.
A cute kitchen compost bin
And it doesn’t have to be ugly or stink! There are so many options available, we wanted to find the cutest one, to, you know- make food scraps look good, too!
Organic waste breaks down beautifully in this sleek, modern compost bin made of bamboo fibers. Constructed of renewable, biodegradable materials, the durable white composter holds your scraps while the carbon filter prevents unwanted odors. Once your bin is full, use the contrasting handle to carry it to the garden and then to the dishwasher, where it cleans up easily. Grace your countertops with a composting bin that looks good as it does good.
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Give them something to grow!
Composting is fun because you get to turn food scraps, that otherwise would be added to the trash, into beautiful, fertile soil! The best part is not only reducing waste but also being able to grow life, garden organically, and be more sustainable while you do it.
If you are buying a gift for a friend that just started composting, you know they would never refuse another plant baby! Here are a few suggestions that you can even order online!
What Can Red Wigglers Eat? Magnet or infographic poster
Forget if it’s okay to dump French fries in your worm bin? Simply check the poster! By the way, potatoes are fine in moderation, but fried foods are off-limits.
Well, this is a fun and useful reminder of what can and can’t go into the bin. Great for a beginner, and good to have handy for any guests that visit your home. We found it on Amazon- linked here.
BONUS – A kid’s book about composting!
From apple cores to zinnia heads, readers will discover the best ingredients for a successful compost pile!
Kids everywhere are knowledgeable about the environment and climate change. Not only is composting becoming more common in households and residential gardens, but many school gardens feature compost piles, too. But how do you start a compost pile? What’s safe to include? Perfect for an Earth Day focus or year-round reference, this inviting book provides all the answers for kids and families looking for simple, child-friendly ways to help the planet.
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