What are examples of 'greens' and 'browns'?

gwtamaraJanuary 1, 2013

‘Greens’ and ‘browns’ refer to different types of compost. Green: fruit and vegetable scraps, fresh grass clippings, hair, flowers, coffee grounds, tea leaves Brown: coffee filters, dried grass clippings, dead leaves, paper, pine needles, tea bags, corn cobs

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