Hi from Caz
Going green screams recycling and I am making a huge effort to recycle everything that is convenient and fits into my life. We have 3 bins. One for household and garden waste, the brown bin, and everything from peelings, to cardboard to plate scrappings goes into it. One for tins and glass and we recyle ALL tins and glass. And lastly the black bin. And everything else goes in this bin. I haven't started recycling plastic yet as I can't justify the trip to the tip. Does the recycling cancel out the CO2 I chug out on the way to the tip each week??
As part of my 'Going Green' drive, I am making use of tins in the garden. Instead of using plastic pots which I now take back to the garden centre, I am using tins for growing on my seedlings. At the end of their usefulness, they go into the recycling bin!
Be sure to make a couple of holes in the bottom for drainage!
But Going Green at this time of year also means the green that is sprouting up around me in the garden. Last year I went in search of perenials. Plants that would come back again the next year. And boy is my garden sprouting green-ness, lol. I've recorded spring 2009 in this 12"x6" layout. (but just realised i've put 2008!)
If you're going green and have good tips to share please share in the comments and a link to your blog would be good too. We love to nosey :)
Thanks for visiting!