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    Garden Earthworm Tower: Happy earthworms=Happy garden. Fed w/kitchen compost. B.I'Me

    It's easy. They don't stink (promise). And they wiggle. Why wouldn't you start a worm compost bin?? Vermicomposting is easy!

    DIY Food Scrap Digester/Composter

    How to make a Worm Tower

    DIY Strawberry Towers

    Worm tubes. put vegetable scraps; the worms then come into the bottom of the tube, eat through the scraps, and move out into the garden to deposit their castings

    Garden DIY Butterfly Feeder | This simple DIY butterfly feeder makes a wonderful addition to any garden or flower bed.

    Vermicomposting, or composting with worms, is a sure-fire way to create your own all-natural super-fertilizer. Read our vermicomposting guide to worm your way into composting heaven. #vermicomposting

    ~What to Compost...~

    Worm Factory.... garden joy....

    10 Ways To Keep Weeds Out Of Your Garden - Who has time to pull weeds? Not Me! Learn how to keep weeds out!

    Lots of wonderful thrifty, creative, repurposed garden art projects with free instructions

    Clever design for an easy access & fragrant herb garden.

    Use pinecones in the bottom of a pot - makes them much lighter, better draining! Better than rocks as this can just get dumped into the compost at the end of the season!

    What and what not to feed worm-farm worms.

    Potato towers!

    Vertical growing allows almost any gardener to find a space for melons. There are many advantages of going vertical with your melon vines. Space is the most obvious. What may have engulfed a 10 to 20 foot wide swath through the garden can be trellised to take up no more than a 3 foot wide "footprint" of garden space.

    Worm Tower - a great illustration showing how to integrate compost worms into garden with a continuous food source. Compost worms do not get enough to eat if you just throw them into soil.

    Another, often underutilized component of sustainable gardening, is to minimize off site yard waste. By making a compost fence, a wall of small branches decomposing as it ages, Jennifer Carlson takes full advantage of her small space. Seattle Washington. Saxon Holt Photography/PhotoBotanic Garden Library

    Worm Factory, Worm Bin, Worm Farm, Worm Composter | Gardener's Supply

    Worm Tower - Drill lots of holes in a pvc pipe. Bury all but 6 inches in garden. Place kitchen scraps in the hole. Worms will come in and eat and then transfer the goodies throughout the garden.