Composting Worms & Wormery UK

An Earth-Saving Solution for Your Garden

Are you a garden enthusiast tired of waiting for your compost to break down, being stuck with unpleasant odours and potentially wasting money on chemical fertilizers? Do you want to be an eco-minded homemaker or garden maker and find the most efficient way of healthy organic recycling? Then Look no further! Composting worms might just be your answer! Wormeries worms, are a natural and effective way of breaking down food scraps, using less space than traditional compost piles. Skyline Grower makes it easy for you to have these amazing earth-saving creatures in your own backyard; Not only will this help eliminate food waste, but it will transform kitchen scraps into rich soil through vermicomposting – quite possibly making you look like a superhero in the process!

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Unearth the Superpower of Vermicomposting – Transform Kitchen Scraps Into Rich Soil

Look like a Superhero with our range of worm composting products by Urbalive

If you’re looking for a way to reduce your household organic waste, investing in your wormery is a great solution. Wormery bins are odourless and easy to maintain, and they’ll save you money on your garbage bill. Plus, you’ll get to feel good about doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint. Skylinegrower is a great place to get started with vermicomposting. We have everything you need to get started, including live composting worms, worm farms, starter kits, and rescue kits.

What is Worm Composting?

Worm composting also known as vermicomposting or vermiculture is an excellent way to recycle food scraps and other organic materials into a valuable soil amendment (also known as vermicast or vermi compost). As a by-product, these amazing earth-saving little creatures produce “worm tea” which is an extremely valuable liquid fertiliser.

How Do Wormeries Work?

A wormery also known as a worm farm or wormbox bin uses worms to break down your kitchen and garden waste into rich compost. You simply add composting worms to your bin with holes for air circulation, and voila! The worms gorge themselves on the wasted nutrients, breaking them down into an amazing soil amendment. Plus, they generate liquid fertilizer to feed your plants. Compost Worms is the perfect answer to reducing food and organic waste while nourishing your garden. Go green and get composting!

What do worms eat? What types of waste could you expect to recycle?

Compost Worms are incredibly efficient recyclers of organic kitchen waste, typically they will eat a wide variety of organic materials such as paper, manure, food scraps, cardboard, and other biodegradable materials. They are especially fond of kitchen scraps like fruit and vegetables, coffee grounds, egg shells, tea bags, and even small amounts of grains or bread.

What are 5 things you cannot feed worms in a composting bin?

Meat, poultry, and fish Dairy products Citrus fruits and Onions

Let Your Garden Thrive With Vermicomposting

Wormery Products By Urbalive
Why We Love It

Perfect For Indoor Use

Discover the easy and stylish way to compost with our Urbalive Worm Farms! Whether you’re an avid environmentalist or just starting out, our modern and contemporary design makes vermicomposting accessible for everyone, indoors. Say goodbye to messy, outdoor composting and hello to a sustainable lifestyle and compost worms with our Urbalive Worm Farms.

Perfect For Beginners.

It’s the perfect solution for beginners looking to create nutrient-rich compost for their gardens. Unlike traditional composting, worm composting can be done at home without taking up too much space. Even if you’re new to the world of composting, you can easily get started with worm composting and all you need are some red wiggler composting worms, a Urbalive workbox, some bedding material, and food scraps. Best of all is the fact that all of our Urbalive Wormery products come with detailed step-by-step instructions to get you going.

Saves Money Saves the Environment

Our products for composting worms are not just eco-friendly; they’re also cost-effective. You can easily use compost worms to recycle your household and kitchen waste into high-quality fertilizer for your plants instead of spending money on expensive and often unsustainable fertilizers and you can create your own nutrient-rich compost right at home. Wormeries not only help save money – it also saves the environment by reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills.

Grey Urbalive Wormfarm filled with kitchen scraps

Why You Will Love It -BENEFITS

Composting worms reduces household organic waste

Worm composting (vermicomposting) is an excellent way to recycle food scraps and other organic materials into a valuable soil amendment (also known as vermicast or vermicompost). It is an environmentally friendly resource that reduces household waste significantly by repurposing kitchen and garden waste. There are many benefits to worm composting, including:

Compost worms improve soil fertility

Worm compost is rich in nutrients, making it an excellent organic fertilizer for gardens and lawns.

A Compost bin (wormery bin) Reduces waste

Your wormery worms will reduce the number of food scraps, kitchen waste and other organic materials that would otherwise end up in landfills or incinerators as all of it now becomes worm food.

Compost worms improve soil structure

Vermicompost contains beneficial microbes, which help to break down organic waste and improve soil structure.

Wormeries are odourless

Worm composting produces natural, odour-free compost that takes about 30 minutes per week to maintain.

Composting worms produce valuable worm tea

Live worms produce valuable worm tea (liquid produced during the composting process) that can be used as a fertilizer for plants.

Worm composting is a great way to reduce your environmental impact while also improving the health of your garden or lawn. With minimal effort, you can create a sustainable system for recycling food scraps into valuable fertilizer!

Turning Your Organic Waste into Valuable Vermicast

What makes it stand out compared to traditional composting methods

Faster decomposition

Composting with worms is faster than traditional composting methods, as worms break down organic waste more quickly.

Space efficiency

Composting with worms can be done in small spaces, as wormeries can be set up indoors or outdoors, making it ideal for those with limited space.

Higher-quality compost

Worm caster produced by a wormery is nutrient-rich, has more beneficial microorganisms, and contains fewer weed seeds than traditional compost. This makes it a superior fertilizer for plants, providing greater benefits to soil health and plant growth.

Odour reduction

Composting with worms produces less odour than traditional composting methods, making it more suitable for indoor use and reducing unpleasant smells in the vicinity.

Lower maintenance:

Composting with worms requires less maintenance than traditional composting methods. Worms naturally move through the bedding, aerating it as they go, eliminating the need for manual turning. Additionally, wormeries produce less compost at one time than traditional composting methods, requiring less frequent harvesting.

Reduction in landfill waste

Composting with worms helps to reduce the amount of organic waste that goes to landfills, thereby decreasing the amount of methane gas produced from decomposing organic waste in landfills, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change.


Composting with worms can be done year-round, regardless of the weather or climate, making it a versatile option for producing nutrient-rich compost for gardening, agriculture, and other applications.

Worm composting is one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to reduce your environmental impact. From turning food waste into valuable fertilizer for your garden to helping fund local conservation initiatives, composting worms offer a lot of rewards. They’re easy to care for, require very little space, and can provide you with a plentiful supply of natural fertilizer that’s completely organic. What’s more, certain types of composting worms can even help reduce methane emissions by eating organic materials like paper and cardboard! Invest in a Urbalive Worm Farm today and join the growing movement of people who are doing their part to reduce their waste and improve the environment. Not only will you be contributing to sustainable practices, but you’ll also be reaping the rewards of vermicomposting as well. With all these benefits, there’s never been a better time to start worm composting!

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