Think outside the square with the new Tumbleweed Cube, a handy indoor worm farm that can help reduce your carbon footprint
If you’ve ever considered a fun and low-maintenance way to reduce your carbon footprint, here’s a way to do it in style – with the Tumbleweed Cube. New to Tumbleweed’s impressive stable of products is an indoor worm farm that recycles organic food waste into a rich fertiliser, which can be harvested to use in the garden. Featuring a fully-housed system, the Tumbleweed Cube enjoys a modern and seamless design with an interior-led aesthetic.
At first glance, the Cube looks nothing like a traditional worm farm. Blending effortlessly into its environment, it is the most stylish accommodation a worm could want. The Tumbleweed Cube offers a fun and low-maintenance indoor solution to recycling organic food waste. The unique in-tray housing of the working trays enables the worm farm to remain more insulated, resulting in a more consistent ambient temperature and better moisture retention. In short: happy worms!
Despite being designed for indoor use, the Tumbleweed Cube is just as functional in an outdoor setting. Once established, the Cube will process 2-3kg of kitchen scraps each week. It also has a built-in Worm Tea Bucket, which you can easily remove and deposit into your potted plants or balcony garden and use as a natural fertiliser.
Tumbleweed is a composting champion offering a variety of products including worm farms, both in- and above-ground, as well as composting bins and all the associated accessories you need. The Australian-owned business manufactures products made from 100% recycled plastic as it strives to make a significant contribution to environmental sustainability. It does this by designing and manufacturing innovative products that encourage consumers of all ages to reduce, reuse and recycle organic waste.