Olamana Gardens is an organic farm. It mostly has worms, but it has some other animals, too. I took a tour and found out what Olamana Gardens uses their worms for. They use them for many things like making plant garbage into soil that doesn’t smell. Worms can also make animal manure smell good. Some other animals there are chickens, of which they have a great variety, goats, rabbits, horses, dogs, and a lot of worms. Olomana Gardens also has a natural spring that runs through the property with fish and prawns, which are lobster looking animals. Scroll down to see pictures of the farm.
This is the movable planter made from pallets that the worms and good soil live in to grow plant seedlings. The soil is very rich and has no smell because of the worms.
|This is one of the horses on the farm whose manure is used to make the rich soil.|
|This is the compost pile. Manure and wood chips are composted into the rich soil by all the worms.|
|This is the machine that separates the worms from the soil before the soil is sold. Thus, the worms can be kept on the farm to make more soil.|
|These special black buckets do not allow sunlight in, which keeps the microorganisms in the rich soil safe.|
|Olomana Gardens is a pretty place to visit.|