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Garden Grow Rotating Composter from Waltons

Garden Grow Rotating Composter. Picture; Waltons
Garden Grow Rotating Composter. Picture; Waltons

The easier way to compost for under £100

Solve the age-old problem of aching limbs, back and joints when you turn compost – here’s a composter that will make pain from composting a thing of the past!

The Garden Grow Rotating Composter from Waltons has made creating your own organic fertiliser in a matter of weeks has never been easier.

At under £100, and with an impressive 160L capacity, this innovative piece of garden equipment helps you create compost with minimum fuss.

It’s sturdy and discreet, constructed with two interior compartments, making it perfect for batch composting. Add raw materials to one compartment until it’s full, and then continue onto the second chamber.

Simply add your composting materials, and spin the drum every few days to keep the composting process active. The composter is also built with an enclosed system for keeping pests out.

Green and brown materials

The composting process works best by mixing moist greens with dry browns. Greens include kitchen scraps, grass clippings and plants, while browns include leaves, hay, sawdust, twigs and cardboard.

Garden Grow Rotating Composter. Picture; Waltons
Garden Grow Rotating Composter on its stand. Picture; Waltons

Thanks to the rotating capability, this composter will mix the materials and keep the composting process active.

For best results, rotate the composter five-10 times every two or three days.

Composting is a great way to save money and reduce your household and garden waste.

In the right conditions, with enough sunlight and warmth, the composting process will take approximately 2-8 weeks.

Facts and figures

  • Base dimensions: L71 x W64.5cm
  • Unit height: 96.6cm
  • Container diameter: 65.4cm
  • Weight: 10.44kg
  • Capacity: 160L

The Garden Grow Rotating Composter costs £99.99, available from www.waltons.co.uk.

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Mandy Watson is a freelance journalist and an incurable plantaholic. MandyCanUDigIt grew from the tiny seed of a Twitter account into the rainforest of information you see before you. Gardening columnist for the Sunderland Echo, Shields Gazette and Hartlepool Mail and editor of the Teesdale Mercury Magazine. Attracted by anything rebellious, exotic and nerdy, even after all these years. Passionate about northern England and gardens everywhere. Falls over a lot.

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