The planet is our home; we need to be more responsible. Here's what I do.
The inside of a loo roll is very handy for starting seedlings.
When storing them through the year I’ve learned that folding them flat is the most practical choice.
Then when the time comes to start the allotment seedlings off I square them back into shape rather than reverting to roundness again.
That way they fit together more tightly and fill the spaces of any container that I use for them.
Seventy two of them in this one box. That’s a lot if loo rolls in a year I guess. When the seedlings are ready the whole roll can be transferred into the ground where they will decompose.
We like to use them for seeds with long roots particularly beans and corn and root vegetables.
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