The Worm Wigwam continues to provide a sturdy, safe place for my worms to turn our kitchen and paper scraps into fluffy, organic garden superfood, AKA vermicompost.
And OG2013 (Organic Garden 2013 for you newbies!) is still going
strong thankfully- the lettuce is unstoppable; cucumbers are plentiful;
blackberries keep blooming; even the tomatoes are finally living up to
A few weeks ago, I took you on a quick journey back through my life and times with the Wigwam, but now it's time for a current
worm bin update!
Recent summer scrap-portunities using my family worm bowls have been pretty berry/banana/lettuce heavy, with the exception of one minor incident where my dad included pizza crust (whaaaa? I said ORGANIC SCRAPS!).
Here's one that's almost ready for feeding:
display, cotton bags for shipping worms or vermicompost, and the rest of my organic garden tools and seeds:
curious worm farmer that I am, I can never resist pulling back the top layer and admiring the worm herd!
Amazing organic fertilizer!
For the flowers around my house, I mixed it into the dirt before planting (about a 1 part vermicompost to 3 parts soil), and have added a few tablespoons to the base of each plant twice this summer:
LETTUCE be thankful for WORMS!