Diarmuid Gavin gives his top tips on preparing your sustainable garden for summer
Wormeries are used outdoors to compost your kitchen waste. They are neat and unobtrusive and all you have to do it add the worms and let them do all the hard work. Throughout the composting process the wormery will also produce a steady supply of liquid plant feed.
Composting can be as simple or as complex as you want to make it and the best part is that it can consist of any organic material that we all have access to every single day from the lawn, the garden, and the kitchen.
This system transforms ALL food waste, including cooked food, meat, fish and cheese, into compost. It is small enough to keep in the kitchen and it does not smell. While the waste is breaking down it also produces liquid which can be drained off and used as a feed for garden and house plants.