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Worm Potpurri

I wish I had room on my balcony for a worm farm. But alas there is only so much you can do with 20 square metres!
The next best thing is to adopt some worms. My friend Aymeric has a colony of very happy worms on his balcony two floors above me. And all they need is lots of organic green waste – and that’s something I have in bag-fulls.
So every week or so I deliver a bag of delicious worm ‘potpurri’ for Aymeric’s worms and in return he gives me their worm juice to feed my plants. Worm juice is a wonderful nutrient-rich fertiliser that worms produce as a by-product of their metabolism. It’s so much better than the synthetic fertilisers on the market.
So even in an apartment block we’ve managed to create our little own biodynamic cycle.

Worm juice – the miracle plant food

You heard it right folks. Worm juice. It’s a nutrient rich natural organic plant fertiliser made by earth worms.

The worms feed on green waste, aerate the soil and produce worm juice as a metabolic by-product.

Work juice is rich in enzymes, organisms, and bacteria and helps plants to repel insects and disease.

The lushness of my balcony plants is due to the worm juice from my apartment neighbour’s worm farm. I supply his worms with organic green waste from my garden and he gives he some worm juice to feed my plants! How’s that for an unusual eco-system in an apartment building!

It’s such a wonderful natural plant food we want to share our worm juice with other gardeners out there while raising funds for the new exciting environmental film festival Arcadia (

The worm juice is ready to apply straight from the bottle. Just add about 100ml to your plants each week making sure the soil is already damp.
If you would like to order a supply or find a nearby stockist drop me an email. Your plants will thank you.

Giving a gardening talk this week at the Balmain Greenhouse.