The Raised Bed With Its Own Feeding System and Micro-Climate
Vegepods are great for those without access to a regular garden, as they allow you to grow produce in unusual places, such as balconies and patios - almost anywhere, in fact. They function as raised beds and they can host an array of different plants, including tomatoes and chillies. Vegepods feature automatic self-watering systems that utilise wicking to keep the substrate moist. This reduces the number of feeds required, making Vegepods very easy to manage. The beds are all one foot deep (around 30cm), so there's plenty of space for roots to grow, maximising plant development potential.
The permeable mesh covering stops plants from getting infested with pests and protects them from being eaten by animals. It also maintains an optimal microclimate that your plants will love, preserving warmth while remaining breathable at the same time.
The covering is fitted with spray heads that can be connected to a separate tank.
Stands are available for each of the three Vegepod sizes, which position them at waist height. This makes them easier to maintain, and ideal for older gardeners and those who struggle to bend down.