Compost & Garden Worms Meme's Worms

Compost & Garden Worms

From Pure Eisenia Fetida Red Wigglers, to European Nightcrawlers and Indian Blues, we grow high-quality worms for gardens and composting.

Composting & Garden Soil Health

The average American throws away 290-365 pounds of food waste per person, per year. Vermicomposting (aka Worm Composting) is an easy way to turn waste into nutrient-rich soil for your vegetable or flower garden. Adding worms to your garden is also a great way to improve aeration and soil health.

What's the difference between worms?

Climate preference and speed of processing waste are different between worm species.

Pure Red Wigglers (Reds only) - Pure Eisenia Fetida Meme's Worms
Pure Red Wiggler Composting Worms Sale priceFrom $59.00 Regular price$79.00
Climate Preference:

Prefers 55° to 77°F, will tolerate 40° to 90°F

Prefers 60° to 70°F, will tolerate 45° to 80°F

Soil Layer:

Middle layer

Bottom/Deep Layer

Reproduction Rate:

Quick growth, leading to a larger population.

Slower growth compared to Red Wigglers.

Waste Processing:

Efficient in breaking down food waste and organic materials.

Highly effective in processing organic waste, but at a slower rate than Red Wigglers.


Most popular worm for composting and gardens.

They are larger in size compared to Red Wigglers.

Our Worm Species'

Red Wigglers

Red wiggler worms (Eisenia fetida) offer a sustainable way to reduce organic waste. Red Wigglers are especially effective at breaking down organic material producing nutrient-rich compost for healthier soil. They are the easiest worms for beginners to work with.

European Nightcrawlers

European Nightcrawlers are worms popular for their ability to convert organic material into enriched compost. Their excellent nutrient-rich makeup helps plants grow stronger and healthier. An ideal worm for organic fertilization, these worms also make for a great fishing bait.

Indian Blues

Indian Blue Worms, also known as Perionyx Excavatus, are a species of earthworms native to India and other tropical regions. These worms are extremely resilient and able to withstand a wide range of environmental conditions, making them an excellent choice for composting and other bioremediation activities.


Common questions about composting worms