About the middle of June, I had one bin full of composted grass and leaves and the semi-finished compost in two bins on either side. The material in the foreground is wood chip mulch that is going in the first bin on the left. This material along with two loads of composted HM and composted leaves went in to my new SFG boxes. The second bin from the right, is annuals, canna lilies, dahlias, potted plants and of coarse HM. This is my third load of HM and it is fresh, right out of the horse’s dupa. It will be used for my fall composting. The third bin back, contains the early crops from the garden and the pile of debris in front of the bins is essentially my garden. I shred everything that goes into the compost bin. This debris along with about ½ yd of HM filled the first bin. After about three weeks, the three bins had reduced in volume to where I could put the contents of the three bins into two bins. The debris in the foreground is some fall leaves, grass clippings, more cannas, hanging baskets and mums. At the time of this photo, it was 45 deg and you could see some vapor coming from the piles after composting for three weeks.