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  • Jolly Ollie

    35 Unexpected Things To Add To Your Compost Pile→ For more, please visit me at: www.facebook.com/jolly.ollie.77

  • Chelsey Kersey

    80+ Items you can compost! I didn't know about half of these! For Glenn and his green thumb lol

  • Connie | Diamond Fibers Yarn

    80+ Items You Can Compost Dryer lint, “Dust bunnies” (or rhinos at my house), The insides of a vacuum bag (just empty the bag into the compost bin), The contents of your dustpan (just use discretion) ...

  • Denise Wilson

    Composting - (80+) Items that make your garden grow better. Many things listed I never would have thought 0f to compost.

  • Dawna Boswell

    80+ Items for the compost pile

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