I used a read "Waimea Weekly" and cut it in half for a planter…
This is a cheap way of feeding waxeye (tauhou) birds in winter.
It actually works, have a go!
You need an apple cut in half.
And you need a string. I use fine slices of NZ flax (harakeke).
Attach the string to the apple that both cut sides of the apple are exposed and tie a knot.
Hang the apples on a tree.
A few days later only the apple skins are left and you can add them to your compost or worm farm.