Friday, March 18, 2011


I've gone and done it!
Yes, Red Wiggler worms are on their way
to me as I type.

I've been composting now for about two years and just don't think
I'm getting the right results.
I want black gold for my garden.

Uncle Jim says he can deliver! He's shipping me 1000 Red Wigglers
to my doorstep with a guarantee, they will make
it here alive.

Can't wait to toss them in and see what happens.
Have you had any experience using worms?

This is how I thought my compost would look...
it hasn't happened yet.
But I am forever hopeful.


  1. I'm very eerie to see the worms. It's so cool to get them delivered to your doorstep. Good luck to your compost, we shall see many colours from your garden soon. By the way, the last pic is funny haha.

  2. Cute, cute post! I'm sure they will arrive alive and ready to go to work at your front door! I have no experience with compost or worms but I sure hope that yours works out the way you want it too! Don't let your neighbors know about them or they will start disappearing when they go fishing! hehehe

    Tuesdays' Show & Tail!

  3. It will be interesting if you ever get your "black gold"...let us know!...:)JP

  4. I hope you will post next week some pictures of all those worms! It will be a shivery sight, I think. Hope you get that "black gold". Ann

  5. I love worms...and that funny cartoon made me smile. Very nice post and I'm now following you as I want to come back for more...
    Found you over at Tracie's!

  6. I'm your newest follower ! Thanks so much for linking up to Cottage Fora Thursday's - love your worm post!!! They are one of the most important critters in our garden! xoox, Tracie

  7. Do NOT toss them into your composter! Vermicomposting is completely separate from your regular composting.
    Red Wriggler worms will die if put outdoors in your.
    They are not the same as earthworms!


Related Posts with Thumbnails