A Very Silly Picture and the Bio-Drum Garden Composter

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BioDrum_ComposterOk, before I get into it, you know I need to comment about this picture of The Overall Twins showing off this composter. The thing is, there’s so much there I’m overwhelmed. So many things to say – but which is the most clever? The most snarky? The most HomeFixatedable?

I’d like to propose HomeFixated’s first caption contest, because I have a feeling someone out there can do this better than I can. So, please, comment with your best caption and we’ll figure out a prize for you (the prize might just be glory … just so you know).

Now … with that business out of the way – let’s talk Bio-Drum!

We’ve mentioned a few times, particularly when talking about the clippings from lawn mowers, that composting is a good green option to garbaging certain waste. Technically, you can make a compost bin out of a garbage can, but technically that can be gross and annoying. You’re being so good – you owe yourself a pre-built contraption to make composting easy.

The 50-Gallon Bio-Drum Garden Composter is a simple but smart way to turn your food and lawn scraps into the best fertilizer your garden can get. Pop compost-friendly items (leaves, grass, shredded paper, coffee grinds, vegetable scraps, egg shells, tea bags – but no matter what, NO MEAT) into the top. Plug it up and spin it around to get things rolling and oxidizing. After a few months of rolling around, you’ll be able to pop open the other plug – the, uh, “out” end. Steamy, rich compost is yours for the gardening!

Yardiac offers this Bio-Drum Garden Composter-50 Gal version for $344.95. Larger styles are also available for those who really want to get their green on.

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About Jen

Jen (but never “Jenn”) Byck, aka the Fix'n Vixen, is a Toronto-based freelance writer and communication consultant who is undoubtedly home fixated (she is also TV fixated, really bad TV fixated and donut fixated). Her approach to home improvement has been rather trial and error, the latter of which is evidenced by the amount of spackle she buys on an annual basis.

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