The most beautiful Worm barrels of Balkonton

Close the loop, start a Balkonton

A Balkonton is a small compost bin with compost worms. It takes up little space and does not smell.

You can use it indoors or outdoors. So you don’t have to have a balcony for a Balkonton .

Irene with balcony barrel

At Balkonton, you’ll find everything you need to start a worm composter.

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Customer Responses

“I requested (and received) the black Balkonton with plant lid for my birthday. I am very happy with it and I think the worms are enjoying themselves too!”

Jessica about the round worm tower

“I have had the Balkonton since the beginning of 2019 and have already saved a lot of waste with it and made worms happy! I am also very happy with the advice and help from Ireen when things go wrong, she always responds very quickly with practical tips. And last but not least: my plants are also happy with the compost balcony barrel!”

Sandra via Facebook review

“We have purchased the round Balkonton and are very satisfied. Even though we expanded after 3 months with an extra plant ring. But with a family of 5 we also eat quite a lot of vegetables”

Hans about the round worm tower

Balkonton: More than just worm towers

In addition to worm towers, Balkonton also sells compost worms, starter kits, a manual, and natural soil improvers such as lava meal and worm poop.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do the worms in a Balkonton ?

Illustration yellow wormThe worms eat a mix of carbon-rich (brown) and nitrogen-rich (green) waste. Do not give your worms ‘red’ waste (see red block below).
Make sure to alternate between ‘brown’ and ‘green’ waste. This is important for the moisture balance and for the acidity.

Brown, high in carbon
Cardboard, paper, shredded prunings, sawdust, dead leaves, straw, hay, corn on the cob.

Green, high in nitrogen:
Uncooked garden and kitchen waste, potato peels, fruit and vegetable scraps, Banana peels (preferably from organic bananas) manure from small herbivores such as a guinea pig or rabbit, scraps from vegetable and ornamental gardens, pruning waste (green), coffee grounds.

Red, never give the worms any of the following.
Cooked fruit and vegetable scraps, pasta, bread, meat, bones etc (attracts pests), Cut flowers (lots of poison). Go easy on the onion, garlic, chiles and avoid citrus peels. And with all the green waste that is clearly contaminated with fungi or diseases.

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