We have a lovely terrace garden and my mother in law is the person behind the meticulous work of maintaining it. We have over a 100 plants and it is lovely to watch colorful flowers bloom and say hello in their own way, to watch brilliant colored butterflies having their feast and also birds chirping to rhythmic tunes in the garden at unexpected hours.
Typically any household generates about 70% of wet waste that can be smartly utilized as compost for plants. Earlier we would just pour the wet waste directly into the pots, but this attracts a lot of rodents in the garden. V recently discovered a solution to this problem – he came across a kitchen composter that is hassle-free and is also a clean way of making manure.
The composter is called a Khamba, and there are 2 tier, 3 tier or 4 tier khambas that are readily available.