Maze Worm Farm + FREE 100 COUNT COMPOSTING WORMS!

$109.00$149.99

  • FREE 100 Composing worms with every unit!
  • Optimal airflow for worms
  • 2 working trays to rotate when full
  • Easy sliding worm-saver tray
  • Liquid collection tray
  • Easy to lift and hang lid
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Made in Australia
  • Made from recycled material diverted from landfill
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Then you need this Children’s illustrated adventure book to help teach composting fun and factual! Plus Happy Giddy cultivator to encourage creativity in the garden!

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Description

Designed and produced in Australia from mostly recycled materials, this stylish yet customizable worm farm fits seamlessly into any area around your home.

Unlike other bulky worm farms the Maze Farm will not only take up a small space even if using multiples (vertical shelving available) but will look good on your balcony, deck or garden.

Featuring 2 working trays which can be rotated avoiding the need for more trays. The stacking trays and the base utilize optimal aeration. The open drain in the base ensures worm tea is not building up and lets air flow from the bottom of the farm.

The worm saver tray stops the worms falling through to the bottom and is easily pulled out to scrape the worm castings and make sure it stays clean to ensure good liquid and air flow.

A 2L flat collection tray sits under the worm farm to ensure the rich worm tea is collected as it drains.

About Worm Farms

Almost 50% of our household waste is organic and ideal for composting. Using a Worm Farm as part of your home organic waste recycling, is a great way to support both healthier garden and a healthier environment.

When placed in one of our Worm Farms, composting worms typically digest up to 8 pounds of organic kitchen waste per week.

Using a Worm Farm at home is a great way to get the whole family involved in your home sustainability efforts and a fun way for kids to learn about caring for the environment.

 

If adding legs –

  • Each leg Dimensions: 1.27in x 9.2in
  • Adds to stylish look of the worm farm
  • Elevates the worm farm for easier filling
  • Enable a taller container to sit underneath. Better air flow for worm farm

Click here to download instructions

Additional information

Style

Composter Only, Composter with Plastic Legs, Composter with Wooden Legs

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SL
06/22/2022
Sandra L.
United States United States

The worms live this bin

My worms are thriving in this bin. The design is slick, with a hook that you can set the lid on while you work. The only thing that would make this better would be to have the option to purchase extra trays.

CC
05/30/2022
Christy C.
US US

Back in business of vermicomposting

I left behind in OR a four-tier set up (actually traded it for manicures with my nail techie). I felt so awful throwing away my kitchen waste while I waited for my new farm to get set up. My worms came last Wednesday and today I fed them for the first time. They look so wiggly and alive! Back to being green!

JC
05/29/2022
Joy C.
US US

Maze worm farm and worms

Excellent. The instruction is clear and easy to follow. The worms are healthy. Everything is in great condition. Very happy with my purchase. Will tell friends and family about Uncle Jim’s worm farm.

A
05/15/2022
Anonymous
US US

good experience

very good, directions could be a little bit more clear

SR
05/15/2022
Shana R.
US US

Compost bin

This is my second bin and I am very pleased. I live in AZ and when it heats up, my worms perish. So I got these bins to keep my worms alive and working inside my house until it cools down enough to move them outside again. My worms are happy and so am I.

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