It is not that I do not love my wormies, because I do, but they are so well behaved and quiet that I quite simply forget about them until I need their product. For squiggletown manor that is ok as they have a steady food source while living under the bunnies. For the ones on the porch it is always a gamble when I open it. Am I am going to find a pile of rotten gooey nastiness or a tote full of lovely worms. Each time, I have been lucky that they indeed have done their jobs and I have 10 gallons of beautiful black gold waiting for me. I always wonder how people manage to kill their worms off as I have not once managed to do that and am the world's worst worm care taker.
the bins sorted of worms and compost, I added fresh bedding and food to the porch worms. I then watered them in and brought them in to the
This falls compost will go for my new garlic bulbils that I will be planting this week as well as my Egyptian walking onions that should be here today. I am hoping to create a permacultured bed for both the garlic ans the onions and wanted to give them a good start for overwintering.