Question About Composting Silky Oak, Pine Needles and Juniper.
I realized I had posted this in the vermiculture forum, but we aren't raising worms, so I hope someone here can help.
We have a large Grevillea robusta Silky Oak tree that is constantly dropping leaves. I have read that the leaves have a component that makes other plants not grow. It's own seeds won't grow under it, but they pop up everywhere in our yard.
Wondering if the leaves could be composted.
We have started a pile with them, and hate to toss it all out, but maybe we just can't use them. We have also got tons of pine needles and junipers and I would like to know if they can be composted.
Thanks so much!