One of the best parts of fall is watching the trees change from vibrant shades of green to burnt hues of red, orange and yellow.
One of the worst? Raking leaves. It’s tedious and time consuming, and don’t even try to attempt it on a windy day.
But this year, instead of bagging your leaves up and leaving them on the side of the road for pickup, try composting them. Composted leaves provide a rich fertilizer for your veggie and flower gardens. It’s a lengthy process which is why you should start now while you’re getting your yard ready for winter.
…And did I mention it’s free?