Vegetable Gardening

Having an organic produce patch in your back garden is a great way to ditch the chemicals and have a sustainable food source a few steps from your back door. It’s such a rewarding feeling to be able to cook fresh produce you’ve grown in your own garden, and with the help of a Vegepod, there’s no reason why you can’t. Organic vegetables are a wonderful way to eat ethically, as it protects the natural biodiversity of your garden. And it’s good for you and your family! Besides, growing organic produce in raised garden beds isn’t as difficult as you might think.


Choosing an area to plant

Choosing a space in your garden for your Vegepod takes a little consideration. You should choose a spot that will let your plants photosynthesise (get enough sunshine) as much as possible, inviting ideal veggie and leaf growth.

Separating your garden beds

To help avoid the spreading of diseases and the breeding of pests, try and plant similar
produce together in patches. For example, onions, beetroots and carrots work well in one patch, as do tomatoes, eggplants and capsicums.

Avoid pests getting into your vegetables

Pests can be a nuisance and there’s nothing worse than seeing your hard gardening work diminish due to a few slugs or snails. By planting flowers and herbs inside your Vegepod, you will build up strong disease and pest resistant vegetables. The Vegepod cover is the only real way to put an end to voracious night-time predators.

Attract helpful insects

There are some insects you should welcome into your garden as they will help eliminate pests growing your organic produce. These include hoverflies, lacewings and ladybirds, which are all good at keeping away caterpillars and aphids. Your choice of soil can also have a big impact on. Keeping an organic garden is a very rewarding experience and, with a little bit of effort, you’ll soon see the fruits of your labour pay off.

With the help of a Vegepod raised garden bed, organic vegetable gardening becomes a whole lot more achievable and rewarding. Eliminating the need for sprays and treatments, the pod itself will promote a healthy growing environment, and your organic veggies can grow in abundance.



If you want to plant lots of veggies or just a small amount, Vegepods have different sizes. If you have limited space, Vegepods are compact and easy to move. If you sometimes go on holiday, don’t worry! Vegepods are self-watering. If you want to tend to your plants, not the tunnel house, greenhouse or planter itself, then a Vegepod, or two, or three, is for you! And with little to no maintenance required, you’ll wonder why you didn’t invest in a Vegepod sooner!

Features: Benefits:
Small, Medium & Large Sizes Fits in all spaces & can plant a little or a lot!
Raised Container Garden Bed Elevated garden beds keep the plants away from pests on the ground
Self-watering wicking system Waters plants from below and has a high-volume irrigation system. No more worrying about your plants when you’re away!
Polyethylene knitted mesh cover Allows light, air and rain in, but blocks from harsh UV and pests.
Accessories: wheels, stands and more. Can easily move your Vegepod on wheels, or work at height with stands.
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