European Nightcrawlers (100% Pure)

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Where it all began! European Nightcrawlers were the the first worms we grew out of a desire to have the highest-quality fishing bait. Grown in Valdosta Georgia, these are the best bait worms around!

European Night Crawlers are a species of medium to small sized earthworms that are taking over worm farms around the world. In fact, it’s believed that in the future, European Night Crawlers will become more popular than Red Wigglers and are fantastic in the garden. European Nightcrawlers enjoy the cool embrace of high-60°F weather.

Expect about 350 worms per lb.

Size: 1/2 lb
How many worms do I need?

You need 1 lb of worms per square foot surface area of your compost.

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High Quality and Versatility

European Nightcrawlers from Meme's Worms are 100% pure and grown with the utmost care in Valdosta, Georgia. These worms are renowned for their quality, making them the best bait worms around. Whether you're an angler looking for the highest-quality fishing bait or a gardener seeking to enrich your soil, European Nightcrawlers are versatile and effective. Their adaptability to various environments and ability to thrive in high-60°F weather make them a preferred choice for both fishing and gardening enthusiasts.

Exceptional Customer Service and Live Delivery Guarantee

Meme's Worms takes pride in providing exceptional customer service. You can talk directly to Meme at (229) 507-0203 to have all your questions answered. Whether you're a seasoned vermiculture pro or new to worms, Meme's personalized approach ensures that you have all the information you need. Additionally, our live delivery guarantee ensures that your worms arrive alive and happy if received within two hours of delivery. This commitment to customer satisfaction sets Meme's Worms apart and makes purchasing European Nightcrawlers a hassle-free experience.

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