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Wormeries

Wormery, vermicomposter, worm bin - there are many names for the vessel that houses worms whilst they get down to the business of turning your kitchen waste into wondrous vermicompost. There are many models available to buy. These wormeries are UK manufactured, in fact most are hand made
Wormery compost is rich, dark, crumbly & sweet smelling. It is made from recycled garden & kitchen waste and is used to feed & condition the soil & in making potting mixes. About 40% of the average UK dustbin contents are compostable.

Get composting. Quickly turn your organic waste into rich compost & nutritious organic plant food, politely referred to as 'worm tea'!

Click here for details on the benefits of worm composting.

Herb Garden Wormery

Herb Garden Wormery

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We encourage people to harness the might of the worm to recylce organic waste. The components are manufacturerd in the UK from 100% recycled plastic. We promote EM technology for the home, schools and agriculture and its many application for sustainable gardening and farming.

2 composter Herb Garden Wormery will deal with about 2kg per week, suitable for a family of 3 or 4
3 composter Herb Garden Wormery will gobble up 3.5 to 4kg per week and is also good for larger families.
It is a stacking system which enables more waste to be processed without taking up additional space. Its compact design makes it ideal for people in flats or with small gardens.

It has a planter instead of a lid, hence the name; The Herb Garden Wormery.

Worm Tea Collector. The bottom tier simply collects the worm tea, and has a tap from which to easily collect nutrient rich juice to use as plant food.

The Herb Garden plant pot. Use some of your rich compost to grow some herbs or flowers on top of your wormery. Ideal design for patios & spaces with not a lot of garden area!

Supplied with 500g of composting worms in a tub with safe bedding.

Wood Topped Wormery

Wood Topped Wormery

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Identical to the Herb Garden Wormery in terms of volume & function but with a hand-made wooden lid. Is somewhat lighter & easier to lift on & off than the planter. Wood hand made and sustainably sourced.

Supplied with 500g of composting worms in a tub containing safe bedding.

Urn, 2 composters + wooden lid Height 60cm Diameter 45.5 cm
Urn, 3 composters + wooden lid Height 78cm Diameter 45.5 cm

Desktop Wormery

Desktop Wormery

£15.00

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This mini wormery is fully functioning. It has the grand dimensions of 34cm in height and 15cm across and is home to between 50 and 100 worms.

Want to bring your desk alive or introduce children to the art of vermicomposting by giving them their own worms to look after. Worms make great pets & no vet bills and you don’t have to take them for a walk.

Bucket of Worms

Bucket of Worms

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A mixture of Dendrobaena venata and Eisenia fetida. We supply a mix of worms because they have slightly different likes and dislikes and we have found that a combination of these two species is best for worm composting. The amount of food worms eat is directly related to the number of worms you have, 1kg of worms ( approx. 2000 worms ) will eat 500g of food waste a day in optimal conditions. If you look after your worms they should double their population in 4 to 6 months. You don't have to worry about ending up with too many, these extraordinary creatures will self regulate their population.

NB: Price includes delivery. Worms are live stock!!! We operate a guaranteed next day delivery. We need to contact you to make sure that you will be in when they arrive so please include e-mail or phone details when you complete your order.

Wormery Lime

Wormery Lime

£4.00

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Add a light sprinkle of Wormery Lime neutraliser to your wormery every couple of weeks to prevent acid build up. Wormery Lime also helps prevent smells, flies and white worms. Because it contains grit it also aids the worm's digestion, and its drying properties make it good for wet or under-performing kits.

Use a pH meter to check the level of acidity in your wormery, good composting conditions are achieved when the contents are close to pH7.

Coir Brick

Coir Brick

£1.00

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Occassionally wormeries get fruit fly problems. If this happens to your wormery one solution is to buy a coir brick. Put the brick in a big bucket and add water until no more is being taken up. One brick can make up to 7 litres of coco. Spread the coco over the top layer of your wormery and keep checking until you are confident the problem has gone (probably 2 to 3 weeks).

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