Enjoyed watching the video pretty cool ideas for starting a kitchen garden.
Seems like you would want all the holes in the side of the bucket to be well below the surface of the soil.
You are awesome 🙏🏼
I have very sandy desert soil, so why would the worm want to leave the worm tower?
3 yrs later and thee worms are still there 😂
What a fabulous idea 💕 Thank you so much for sharing 😊 I’m going to put couple in my garden too
Amazing vermicomposting technique. I really like it and I'm gonna do the same. Thanks for this video. Greetings from the Philippines.
fantastic idea, gonna start this fall with a few in my beds :) thanks for posting your initial video and the updated one.
Great idea, actually closed my eyes throughout and kept thinking how similar you sounded to Winona Ryder.
Was looking at 300 dollar worm bins and then I see this! Very simple and great Idea... subbed!
ya' know... I was about to comment, "that's not a worm tower, mine are 55 gallon drums!", but then I looked at what she'd accomplished, pure worm turd botanical superfood with little effort. Kinda' put me in check. InCREDible yield of high nutrition concentrate that would actually serve as dilutable fertilizer. I'm still learning.
Have ya tried putting any weeds in the bucket?
Put a small bucket ,inside the big bucket then ya won’t have to disturb,or lift a heavy bucket
Really enjoyed your two 2015 worm tower videos. I use a plastic bin and prefer your idea of drilling holes to allow them free access. Will be looking for 5 gallon buckets. Thank you so much for your great ideas! You are a beautiful lady! Stuart in southern California
This is the 2nd time watching your video, 1st time when setting your worm compost tower (was skeptical). The results are great and you have a wonderful garden. Hoping to see more!
they still a live in winter time ?
great job...now I need to utilize all of my back yard.
I think I'm in love!
When it rains hard won't the worm tower get water logged?