Saturday, March 14, 2020

SPRING SALE - 1/3 cubic foot of castings $5 each

Spring is springing up all around us and promises of warm weather and fresh tomatoes are in the air.  We have been stocking up on worm castings knowing that we would be out an about at garden shows and composting events but now it seems that our Spring Fun has been canceled.  But we still have lots of fresh castings ready for your garden.  They are sifted through a 1/4 inch screen and beautiful.  One 1/3 cubic foot bag will cover an 8 square foot area 1/2 inch deep. We normally sell theses bags for $20 but for a limited time you can get them for 75% off ($5).  You can't get a price like this anyplace, and they won't last long!


As an avid gardener I know know important it is to manage the soil fertility in my garden.  I add at least 2 inches of compost to my beds as well as 1/2 to 1 full inch of worm castings.  Our plants pull nutrients from their soil to make all that lovely produce.  If it's not replenished each year your garden will have dwindling returns.  There are many university studies proving that worm castings are amazing for improving plant yields as well as overall plant health. It's not called Black Gold for nothing!

If you are not already making your own worm castings or if you just need more, it is time to come and pick up a few bags while the supply lasts.

Order Here While Supplies Last
Local Pick-up Only

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Brenda says...

Worm Fancy is the greatest place to get your worms in the Sacramento area. They have the best customer service!

Doug and Tammy, Yuba City

Tammy and I would just like to thank you for your professionalism and patience in answering all our questions about vermiculture. We are very interested in the difference it will make in our garden this year. Even our son will be using the new Worm Factory 360 in his science fair project that compares plants with and without worm castings. We're already noticing the better health with it. Our time with you was pleasant and we will be sure to return! Thank you again and we'll keep you posted. composted. :D

Scott R. from Sacramento

I picked my worms today and it sure looks like a lot more than 2 pounds worth. I ordered a pound from another vendor and you gave me 5 times more than they did.