Scientists call it vermiculture. You’ll call it magic after you see what worm composting can do for your plants. Worms (vermi) are the engineers of great garden soil. They ingest nutrient-rich yard and kitchen wastes and leave behind beautifully-finished, super-charged droppings called castings that nourish your plants.
Savvy gardeners keep worm bins inside year-round to turn their kitchen scraps into valuable vermicompost. Serious gardeners farm redworms to add to their soil and compost heaps. However you use them, worms are truly the magic ingredient for richer, more fertile soil!
Can O Worms
A quick, odorless and space efficient way to convert kitchen scraps into rich …
Contains NO fillers, NO chemicals and NO tricks — just natural and organic …
Coconut Coir Fiber
Use as a replacement for potting soil or as an eco-friendly peat alternative.
Gardeners know earthworm castings to be rich in nutrients and beneficial microbes.
Fruit Fly Trap
Eliminate pesky gnats from your kitchen with this 100% pesticide-free, yet effective …
Red wigglers swallow great quantities of organic material, digest it, extract its food …
Worm Farm (4 Tray)
Redworms work in one tray at a time, producing castings as they migrate up to …
Worms Eat My Garbage
Provides complete illustrated instructions on setting up and maintaining small-scale …
Yellow Sticky Traps
Use to attract and capture whiteflies, thrips, fungus gnats, flea beetles and more.