Harvesting the winter worm bin on How to Grow a Garden with Scarlett

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Harvesting the winter worm bin on How to Grow a Garden with Scarlett Added by How to Grow a Garden with Scarlett Damen Published on Apr 16, 2016

I started this worm box back in October in a wooden box but the weather got too cold, the box started to fall apart and I wanted to give the worms more insulation from the cold... So I moved them into this bin and brought them into the house for the winter. Now it's April and I'm harvesting the worm bin so I can use some of the casting compost mix to start my seedlings. Join me as I show you how I do it.
There will be a 2nd part to this when I build up the bin again and eventually I plan on building a large worm home at the allotment.

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Scarlett is an artist, entrepreneur and a passionate gardener. Scarlett is also a mostly raw all vegan foodist who loves gourmet raw vegan strait from the garden cooking.

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Scarlett's journey to health started in 2011 after putting all of her energy into building a successful business for more than a decade she had lost the one thing money can not buy -her health.

Scarlett now lives in Europe with her husband Bo and their cats, house trained rabbits and hand raised pet chickens and ducks.



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