Welcome to Bubblehouse Worm Farm
Christmas Gift Cards mean you don't have to worry that the worms or wormery you buy will overheat under the Christmas tree. We send you the card with an insert showing the present you have bought and instructions for the recipient on how to receive their gift at a convenient time. Look under gifts to see the whole range.
The Herb Garden Free Drainage Wormery at £55.00 is a great bargain, like all our wormeries it comes with 500g of worms in a tub with safe bedding.
The Worm Works Free Drainage Wormeryis on offer at £45.00 Supplied with 500g of worms and all the kit
30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE on all our wormeries. After using your wormery for 30 days if you decide worm composting is not for you then return the wormery and we will give you a full refund. So you have no excuse not to give it a go.
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Our aim is to encourage and inspire you to turn your food waste into something wonderful, to this end we breed Garden Worms and Composting Worms, and we make a range of recycled plastic wormeries including the Herb Garden Wormery, the Fisherman's Wormery, the Desk Top Wormery, the 80 litre Basic Wormery and the monster 285 litre Wormery. We also hand make a range of Wooden Wormeries.
Wormery, vermicomposter, worm bin - there are many names for the vessel that houses worms whilst they get down to the business of producing worm casts. If you are not sure which wormery is best for you phone 01886 832559 01886 832559 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for friendly advice. We also provide ongoing advice for as long as you need it, we want you and the worms to be happy.
New to the art of worm composting? Then try our Fisherman's wormery, The carry handle, secure lid and 20 litre capacity make it easy to take the wormery on fishing trips. Only £25.00 A great way to get started vermicomposting or as a children's wormery.
Our Herb Garden range of wormeries are ideal for people short on space, a planter instead of a lid lets you grow herbs on top of your wormery. Large families can buy extra composters, we don't recommend using more than 4 per wormery. The free drainage wormeries at £55.00 are a cost effective way of getting started, they don't have an urn for collecting worm tea but you can always buy that later.
The worm works wormery is another compact stacking system but because of its design you can have up to 6 composters on the go at any one time.
The Desk Top Wormery is the Herb Garden Wormery's baby brother, a fun present for kids and work colleagues.
For larger families, small schools or allotmenteers there is the 80 litre Basic Wormery and the 285 litre Basic Wormery. Both are supplied with harvesting trays which make them as easy to use as a stacking wormery.
If worms aren't your thing then EM Bokashi is a great way of recycling food waste. EM Bokashi uses naturally occurring, beneficial microbes to ferment food waste prior to composting. For more information look at our Bokashi and EM Technology pages.
We offer bespoke solutions for schools and small businesses. Please contact us for information
Why do I need a wormery?
A wormery is the most environmentally friendly way of dealing with food waste. It enables you to recycle the food waste at source and provides a free fertiliser for your soil.
If you have a garden big enough for a compost bin then you don't really need a wormery. You can put your food scraps in the compost bin and it will do the same job, albeit over a much longer period of time. Some people with compost bins also opt for a wormery because it is more compact, it can be kept nearer to the house, it works much quicker and the worm casts that are produced are more akin to a fertiliser than compost.
Make your own wormery:
For all those DIY enthusiasts out there click on the make your own wormery page for some useful guidelines
We breed our own worms, they are hand harvested and sent out in a tub containing plenty of safe bedding so that they reach their new owners in peak condition. We provide a mixture of dendrobaena and eisenia fetida composting worms, the two species have slightly different likes and dislikes and we have found that a combination of the two works better in a wormery than either species alone and they co-habit perfectly happily.Because the bedding is taken from our harvesting beds it will also contain coccoons from which baby worms will hatch so the population of worms will start increasing straight away and it is also rich in the micro-organisms that are needed to get the worm composting process off to a good start.Our wonderful worms will gobble up your food waste and turn it into nature's finest fertiliser, worm casts.