• Instagram Social Icon
Contact Us

©2017 by Sapphire Winds Farm. Proudly created with Wix.com

Llama beans are manure from llamas.

They are almost odorless and do not need to be composted before using. They are rich in nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous and are a great all natural, environmentally friendly fertilizer for trees, shrubs, gardens and houseplants.

Available in three sizes:

  • A "tea bag" size great for brewing one gallon batches of llama bean tea for watering houseplants and potted plants.

  • A medium size bag with 3.5 pounds of llama beans. Great for making larger batches of llama bean tea or sowing directly into gardens.

  • A large bag with 10 lbs of llama beans. Great for larger gardens or buying in bulk.

Llama Bean Fertilizer

  • Sow Directly Into Soil: Scatter llama beans around your plants or mix them into your soil. When watering your plants, the llama beans will slowly break down and release the fertilizer.


    Llama Bean Tea: Place one tea bag or a cup of llama beans in a gallon container and “brew” overnight. Use the tea to water plants. Keep the beans in the bucket as they can be reused many times before they eventually dissolve and/or no longer produce tea. Burlap tea bags and spent beans can be buried in the soil to biodegrade once the beans no longer produce tea.