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I like to use purchased composted leaf mold and aged manure, which, in my experience, are reliably free of weed seeds.Time to dig in|Adrian Higgins|March 17, 2021|Washington Post
An annual top dressing of compost or leaf mold will help keep a redbud happy.The gardener’s guide to redbuds|Adrian Higgins|March 4, 2021|Washington Post
When he reached the woods along the creek he ran, keeping as much as possible on thick leaf mold that left the least impression.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
Prepare the earth by mixing some well decayed leaf-mold with rich garden loam, thereby making an earth which will retain moisture.
All succeed well in loam and sand in equal parts, adding a little leaf-mold in the case of the small varieties.
Cyclamens may be grown from seed sown in April or September in soil containing a large proportion of sand and leaf-mold.
It was half-buried in the leaf-mold and moss, though the rain of the previous night had washed it free in one corner.The Brass Bound Box|Evelyn Raymond