POTS AND CONTAINERS ___________________________

  • 6" pots - sprinkle 2 tablespoons (TBSP) on the soil
  • 12"pots - sprinkle 4 TBSP on the soil
  • 24" pots - sprinkle 8 TBSP on the soil
  • Window boxes- 1/2" layer on top of soil
  • Hanging baskets- 1/2" layer on top of soil

Mix in taking care not to damage roots, water, and repeat every 2-3 months.

POTTING SOIL MIXTURES ___________________________

Potted Plants - Seeds - Seed Flats
  • 2 parts vermicompost.........................for nutrients
  • 1 part peat moss................................for moisture
  • 1 part perlite/vermiculite......................for aeration
  • 3 parts sand or garden soil..................for body
  •                   OR
  • 1 part vermicompost
  • 3 parts garden soil

Experiment with different mixtures and find the ones that suit your favorite plants.


  • Work 1/2 cup into the soil above their root zone taking care not to damage shallow roots.

  • Apply in spring, early summer, and early fall.

Vermicompost Tea

  • Mix one cup (4 oz.) of vermicompost in a gallon of water.
  • Stir vigorously to aerate - this will help to increase the "aerobic" microorganisms in the tea.
  • Let it set for 1-2 hours, then stir again.
  • Use as foliar spray or drench vegetables, annuals, perennials, trees, or shrubs.
  • 1 gallon can cover 10,000 sq. ft.

NEW OR TRANSPLANTED ___________________________


  • 1 part vermicompost
  • 3 parts soil

Surround newly dug hole with mixture. Spread roots over a mound of the mix in the hole and cover. For established roses, mix 4 cups of vermicompost into soil 2-3 inches below the surface for each plant.

Customized Mixtures ___________________________

We can make customized vermicompost blends to suit virtually any industry or application. Let us know what you need and we can work together to find the perrfect blend of vermicompost, soil, sand and peat moss.


Apply directly to the soil in a 1/2" to 1" layer around the base of the trees and shrubs beyond the drip line.

Top Dressing your lawn involves creating a mixture of sand, loam, and vermicompost and then evenly distributing it over your lawn (no more than 1" of top dressing). Overly sandy soils get enriched with organic matter which improves water retention and nutrient content. Clay soil improves due to the humic acid and organic matter, which helps to break up and soften the soil and increase healthy root growth.

Best lawns receive top dressing annually, but even one application will make a huge difference.

  • 1 parts sharp sand
  • 3 part loam or top soil or old potting soil
  • 1 part vermicompost

  • 3 parts sharp sand
  • 3 parts loam top soil or old potting soil
  • 1 part vermicompost

  • 3 parts sharp sand
  • 1 part loam top soil or old potting soil
  • 1 part vermicompost

Sharp sand is angular sand that is often sold as builder's sand. It is not beach sand; beach sand has been smoothed by the tumbling in the ocean. Angular sand allows for better air capacity in the soil.