Composting Worms 250g

(2 customer reviews)

£14.99

Use these NATIVE worms to add extra Composting Worms to a wormery / compost heap. The Dendrobaena worm (also known as the Tiger Worm) is the most commonly available composting worms and it is ideal for re-stocking a wormery, adding to a compost heap to speed up composting and for fishing. Composting Worms eats half their own body weight in waste a day, so the more worms you have, the more kitchen waste you can compost i.e. 250g of worms will compost 125g of kitchen waste a day. They are despatched by 1st class post and are sold by weight. 250g of composting worms.

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Use these NATIVE worms to add extra Composting Worms to a wormery / compost heap. The Dendrobaena worm (also known as the Tiger Worm) is the most commonly available composting worms and it is ideal for re-stocking a wormery, adding to a compost heap to speed up composting and for fishing. Composting Worms eats half their own body weight in waste a day, so the more worms you have, the more kitchen waste you can compost i.e. 1kg of worms will compost 500g of kitchen waste a day. They are despatched by 1st class post and are sold by weight. They are ideal for :-

  • Restocking an old wormery – Do you have a wormery hidden away in the garden shed? Why not get it working again with some new worms.
  • Building your own wormery – Fancy building your own wormery then these worms are looking for new homes.
  • Give a wormery a boost – Give your wormery a boost by adding extra worms.
  • Adding worms to a compost heap – Add worms to an under-performing compost heap to speed up composting.
  • Fishing Perfect for fishing bait.

Reviews

  1. Roger Baresel

    Prompt delivery of 250g of composts worms – they were a very lively bunch of creatures, all eager to get to work in my compost heap – I swear I heard them whistling as they burrowed in. If they do the business, I MAY buy them some worm treats from the Green Gardener next Christmas …….

  2. Alan Reid

    The worms turned up very quickly in the post, and seemed to be healthy, here’s hoping they are enjoying life inside my compost bin.

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