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Does anyone have a worm bin?

A couple of weeks ago I ordered one online, put it together and waited until today to get the "Red Wigglers" I ordered. Wow! I have always loved photographing nature and gardening, I have never liked worms but theses are really kewl I'm excited about the shots I envision. I am putting together a video to show the progress of my worm farm. I will keep you posted. Would love to hear about your worm bin experience.=)

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Comment by Naomi R. Hendrix on March 2, 2009 at 6:54pm
oh and be sure to read the description of each clip if you scroll down
Comment by Naomi R. Hendrix on March 2, 2009 at 6:46pm
Hi Debrah check off what I did this weekend here are 3 short clips I didn't put on Youtube yet but did put them on facebook here are the links.....

ALl in the name of Worms...yeaaa!

I'll add the finished, finished video tomorrow it got dark before I could film today...
Comment by Debra Montgomery on February 25, 2009 at 11:45am
Thanks - I will do that! D.
Comment by Naomi R. Hendrix on February 25, 2009 at 9:48am
Go to YouTube and search naomhendrix I have 4 or 5 videos I have added as I have learned technics about these very special creatures. It's very rewarding once you get into it. Good luck
Comment by Debra Montgomery on February 25, 2009 at 9:14am
I had heard about Ladybug houses, but not worm bins LOL This is great! I am determined to have a vegetable garden this year - this will help for sure! Thanks for sharing!
Comment by Naomi R. Hendrix on February 24, 2009 at 8:00pm
I ordered it from but you should come by so I can show you how it has expanded.
Comment by Brenda Plunkett on February 24, 2009 at 7:53pm
Naomi, love your work! Where did you order your bin,I need to get my new garden going!
Comment by Naomi R. Hendrix on July 2, 2008 at 9:23pm
That's great James lol, thanks for sharing.....that sounds like the same experience I had when I first heard those words "Worm Bin".

Supposedly it is a quicker turn over of compost then the conventional compost pile my garden will be happy, happy, happy! My goal is to get rid of the Green & Grey Bins from the City to lighten our footprint.

I'm so glad I've open your eyes to something new. enjoy!
Comment by James Gathright on July 2, 2008 at 8:53pm
OK - I'll be honest - I read this and said to myself, "Worm Bin?" WTF? So I went to Wikipedia and Google and discovered a world I never, ever imagined. I don't know if I'll get one, but this intrigued me to no end, and opened up something brand new to me. So thanks. That doesn't happen often. Worm Bin - who knew?

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