Hands in the Soil

Welcome to
Best BudsTM
Worm Farm

Producer of high quality worm castings, super-charged biochar, and bokashi bran to promote living soil for healthy plants and a

healthier environment

 

Store Hours
BEST BUDSTM Leominster Farm Farm

Open

Thursday  4 pm - 7pm

Saturday:  10 am - 3 pm 

 Check back as we update our hours.  

Our Fresh Aerated Compost Tea is available only on Saturdays

or by advance reservation for orders of 4 gallons or more

call/text to reserve compost tea by the gallon

See directions to Best Buds below.

Open by  appointment Sunday afternoons & other days call/text for appointment 978-798-2548

 

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bestbudswormcastings@gmail.com

Text/Phone 978-798-2548

 

Support local businesses
Shop BEST BUDSTM  products at these retailers

MASSACHUSETTS

Green Harvest,  Peabody & Tewksbury, 

Green Zone Grow Shops, Worcester​

GrowSmarT

Grow Hub, Littleton

Matt's Hydro, Webster & Milford

Townline Hardware, Sudbury

Bolton Orchards, Bolton 

NEW HAMSHIRE

Green Harvest, Plastow

 
 
 

DIRECTONS TO BEST BUDS
LEOMINSTER, MA


We are located in garage space at Brooks Pond in Leominster.  It does not have an address recognized on GPS.  Follow directions below:

  • Add O'Reilly Auto Parts, Leominster, MA to your GPS

  • Take Brooks Pond Rd, which is next to O'Reilly

  • You will see buildings on your right and than a pond on your left.

  • Take left at the Bocci courts across from the pond, you will see table & chairs around the courts.

  • Go straight past garages on your left and past 2 small dumpsters on your right (one red one blue) and lawn on your right after the dumpsters.

  •  Our garages will be straight ahead.
     

 
 
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About Best BudsTMWorm Farm

Our Mission is to provide New England growers and gardeners with a wide selection of natural soil amendments. 


Our flagship product is our worm castings, aka worm manure.  We provide our worms with a diverse diet of local inputs to include fruit and vegetable scraps, leaves, decomposing wood chips and manures for microbial diversity with a balance of beneficial microbes to include bacterias, nematodes, protozoa & fungi 


Our red wiggler worms  were born and raised in Massachusetts.  They live in flow through bins; allowing them to feed from the top, as they would in nature and providing a healthy aerated environment.  This process exceeds 60 days, which enhances the beneficial microbiology in worm castings. 


As our business grows, we are committed to producing premium products to make organic growing sustainable and easy with the help of beneficial microbes.