Red Wiggler Composting Worms (Reds & Blues)

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Elevate your composting game with the dynamic duo of eco-champions – the renowned Red Wiggler Composting Worms, now joined by their equally impressive counterparts, the Indian Blue Worm. Together, they create a powerhouse team that revolutionizes your composting experience. Red Wigglers prefer 55° to 77°F but can tolerate 40° to 90°F.

If you're new to composting or want easier management, we recommend using Pure Red Wigglers.

Quantity: Standard
Amount: 1/4 lb
How many worms do I need?

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

Live Delivery Guarantee

We guarantee that your worms will arrive alive and happy if you receive them within 2 hours of delivery. Learn more.

The Highest-Quality Worms

Get your worms directly from the source. Our worms are grown in Valdosta Georgia to the highest quality.

Your Ultimate Composting Solution

Red Wiggler composting worms with some Indian Blue worms are the perfect choice for gardening and composting. These worms are proven to aerate the soil and help turn organic matter into valuable soil-enhancing compost. Perfect for any outdoor garden.

These red wigglers worms are for composting, with their superior ability to adapt to a wide range of temperatures. Perfect for any type of composting project, red wigglers will get the job done.

Grown with love in Valdosta, Georgia. Shipped anywhere in the continental US.

High Adaptability

Red wigglers are perfect for any outdoor garden or composting project. Grown with love in Valdosta, Georgia, they possess a superior ability to adapt to a wide range of temperatures. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting out, red wigglers will get the job done efficiently.

Nutrient-Rich Soil for a Healthy Garden

Red wigglers transform kitchen scraps and garden waste into nutrient-rich compost. This natural fertilizer enhances the soil, promotes plant growth, and adds vitality to your garden. Buy some red wigglers; make your garden thrive!

Frequently Asked Worm Questions