Ceramics master Jessica Panicola has created a new stackable pottery system in the form of Compottery, which uses worms to break down and recycle your household food waste to grow fresh produce using a process called Vermicomposting. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the system and the Vermicomposting process transforming organic waste into a fertilisers with the help of nature’s gardeners composting worms.
“Well, not just any worm. They’re a special type of worm that are used for composting. We often refer to them as red worms, composting worms, or red wigglers. And there’s no need to worry about having worms in your home. As long as they have a cozy environment they’ll have no reason to leave. “
Launched via Kickstarter this week early bird pledges are available from $50 or $150 for the Urban Gardener handmade ceramic wall planter. If all goes well to planned worldwide shipping is expected to start sometime around September 2019 throughout the United States.
– It is compact and ideal for those living in cities
– It’s simple to use
– Ideal for the great indoors
– Naturally controls the moisture levels of the soil inside
– You can throw your food waste into it immediately
– Vermicast is an organic fertilizer for your plants
– Plants grow strong, fast, and healthy when grown in Compottery
– It’s an indoor worm farm that adds visual aesthetic to your home or workplace
– It’s a green and sustainable option
Compottery is designed with the city dweller in mind. Each Compottery unit is about 7″X 7″X 5.5″ – a perfect size for windowsills, counter tops, tables, floors, and desks. A single stack (one unit with a lid and base) is 7″X 7″X 11″ : A double stack (two units with a lid and base) is 7″X 7″X 16.5″ : A triple stack (three units with lid and base) is 7″ X 7″X 22″