The MAGIC of Earthworm Castings

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The MAGIC of Earthworm Castings

This is a FREE workshop with Gary Green and the Magic Worm Ranch - Learn the use of earthworm castings and their value in the garden.

By Beauty's Community Garden

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Date and time

Saturday, April 15 · 9 - 11am CDT


Beauty's Community Garden 3201 Airline Drive Houston, TX 77022

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The MAGIC of Earthworm Castings

Enrich your Soil with Earthworms!

Join us at Beauty's Community Garden, Saturday, April 15th, 2023 from 9 am-11 am for this free workshop. (Volunteers will work in the garden from 9-10am and the workshop will begin at 10am).

Worm castings are the richest natural fertilizer known to humans. Worm castings stimulate plant growth more than any other natural product on the market. Worm Casting is packed with minerals that are essential for plant growth, such as concentrated nitrates, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, and calcium. It also contains manganese, copper, zinc, cobalt, borax, iron, carbon, and nitrogen.

Session will Include:

  • Learn how earthworm castings can be beneficial for your garden space.
  • Learn how to improve your soil and the aeration of your soil.
  • Learn about the value of this all-natural plant food.
  • Discover this natural resource and how it will not burn at any concentration.
  • An eco-friendly additive that brings value to your garden.

Workshop Details:

  • WHEN: Saturday, April 15th, 2023
  • TIME: 9 -10 am (volunteer in garden), 10-11am (program)
  • WHERE: Beauty's Community Garden:  3201 Airline Dr. Houston, TX 77022
  • RSVP: It's free but RSVP (space is limited) Grab your spot ---> HERE
  • Admission: 8yrs - up
  • COST: Although this program is free, a donation option is provided for those who want to support Beauty's Community Garden Programs.


Instructor: Gary Green, owner of MAGIC Worm Ranch - Email:

Bio: Are you ready to discover one of the greatest secrets to successful plant growth? From home gardens to large-scale farms, from home lawn care to the largest of landscaping operations, this secret is bearing fruit, so to speak, for those in the know. Experience the joy of faster germination, higher fruit and vegetable yields, healthier soil, and some of greenest grass and the most colorful plants imaginable. What's the secret? Earthworm castings! Finally, there is a local company that produces this horticultural wonder with unmatched quality, nutrient content, and best of all, affordable prices.


MAGIC Worm Ranch, a Plantersville Texas company, is ranching worms (no lasso/saddles needed). More specifically, the ranch refines what the worms produce; earthworm castings. Owner and founder, Gary Green, has thousands of African nightcrawlers residing at the ranch in an indoor, temperature controlled environment. They are being cultured in the best, black Texas compost available. This means that not only is the quality unrivaled, but these castings are Texas tested for Texas gardens.

The hungry crawlers are fed a proprietary diet of special organic ingredients. The worms thrive in this carefully prepared and balanced bedding mix and what they leave behind is the richest natural soil nourishment known to humans. Worm castings. The organic matter consumed by the worm is changed both physically and chemically by the worms' digestive track and is literally "homogenized." With no odor or additives, these worm castings stimulate plant growth more than any other natural product on the market and contain a highly active biological mixture of bacteria, enzymes, and remnants of plant matter as well as earthworm cocoons.

About the organizer

Beauty's Community Garden is located at 3201 Airline @ E. 32nd Street, in Independence Heights–the first African American municipality in Texas.  Our mission is to close the gap on food inequities and achieve a community culture of health and well-being. Our programs, events and educational materials focus on breaking the cycle of food insecurity, poor nutrition, and the resulting health outcomes people experience who have poor access to fresh produce. These communities are called food deserts, and our garden is location in one, of forty plus food deserts in Houston. We are committed to transforming lives through showing the connections between growing foods and their nutritional impact on health, wellbeing and life's possiblities.