New edible gardens have sprouted all over the world in a way not seen since the victory gardens of the First and Second Worlds Wars, and this new report on a survey of Australian edible gardeners explores the reasons why.
Hello from the VEG Wicking Beds team - Adam, Collin, Belinda, Brendon, and a photobomb from our warehouse assistant Buddy.If you see us out and about installing a community garden or running a workshop in your neighbourhood, or when you are picking up your order from our Brunswick warehouse, come and say hi! ... See MoreSee Less
Street side planters converted to water effecient wicking beds by Very Edible Gardens? No worries.Yarra City Council @cityofyarra have been leading the way with their planter boxes for some time now and we were very exited to be able to convert these new recycled plastic units in Fitzroy North today.#wickingbeds#veryediblegardens#communitygardens... See MoreSee Less
Another day, another community garden that we're installing! This one is at Garrong Park in Brunswick and came with a free wicking bed workshop for these lucky locals thanks to Moreland City Council. ... See MoreSee Less
Healthy soil is the foundation of any edible garden, so we make sure that we put the best soil we can find in all of our garden bed installations. This luscious mound of goodness is our favourite locally sourced soil - the famous Vegie Mix from Bulleen Art & Garden. This mix of premium garden blend soil, cow manure, organic compost, mushroom compost, and ZooGro soil conditioner really lives up to its reputation as the best vegie garden soil in Melbourne! What’s your favourite local soil for getting your vegie garden started? ... See MoreSee Less