When our Red Wriggler Worms arrived via U.S. mail we felt like new parents again. Right down to getting the bedding and food just right! Vermiculture is brand new for Tom and I. But we were eager to learn and hope you share this interest. Worm poop works wonders in your garden. Sheer gold. So we were thrilled to partner with Marle Worm Growers who sent us a worm tube to test out. A worm tube is a PVC plastic pipe with holes that gets buried in your garden. You reap all the benefits of worm composting without having to host live organisms in your house or garage. So tell us why you'd like to win a worm tube in the comment section for a chance to win from Marle Worm Growers! And keep reading to learn more about our progress with vermiculture! It's so exciting.
Let me guess. You'd love to own your own greenhouse but don't want a permanent structure in your yard. Not to mention the expense! Meet the Horti Hood. The Horti Hood is a dome-shaped moveable greenhouse that can be used year after year to germinate your seeds and extend the growing season of your plants. And if you stagger your plantings, it's perfect for those second and third shifts. Even better? It costs a fraction of the price that a huge, cumbersome greenhouse would cost. It's simply marvelous. So we are ecstatic to have partnered with Rob McAlister from Cave Innovations who wants to give you a Horti Hood 90 valued at $140 US dollars. And guess what international readers? You can enter too!
I know what you're thinking. Hmmm. This product looks like a glorified garbage can and for $100 bucks, I can buy something similar at Bed Bath and Beyond and just compost in that. After using my CompoKeeper for several weeks now....not so. And for the record, I have that garbage can from BBB (and paid more for it than I would have for a CompoKeeper, duh) and it pales in comparison. A CompoKeeper is similar to having dogs and cats; you're not going to be satisfied with having just one. You'll love it so much, you'll want at least two. That's how multi-purpose they are.
To enter leave a comment telling us why you'd like to win your very own CompoKeeper valued at over $100! (includes 12 compostable bags & 2 carbon filters).
Is there anything worse that a pot or window box that doesn't quite measure up....or is just plain ugly? Okay, yes there is! But if you're going to plant at all, I say, do it right. Here's my top 8 top tips for creating a magical box or planter with stunning visual appeal this year.
Hi, I'm Laura and hail from Western New York. I consider myself a lifelong learner who loves gardening with a 360 degree view. Thanks for stopping by!
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