Some background: I’m a beginner gardener (and that’s being generous) with a rooftop and a balcony, so everything I grow, if it survives, is in planters and pots. But I know almost nothing about gardening.
With that said, Ive read that I can use kitchen waste (coffee grounds, rice, peanut shells, banana peels, etc) for my plants by using it in compost.
I do not have the tools, the space, or the knowledge to make compost. Obviously, I cannot just throw the peanut shells in the plant like it’s a garbage bin.
My question: how can someone in my situation use kitchen waste to help my plants?
I was thinking of grinding it all up in my kitchen grinder and then adding it to the plants.