Beans, beans they're good for your heart...
Updated: Mar 27
...if you want to grow some this year, you'd best make a start!
The great thing about growing beans alongside your other crops is that they actually add nitrogen to the soil, just like a fertiliser. This helps other plants in the bed to thrive.
And our custom made, self watering beds are perfect for growing them. The dry surface keeps the pests and disease away, while the rich wicking blend used in our special fill gives them everything they need with little input from you.
Except of course for the picking and eating - they do need you for that!
Contact #urbanveggiecrew to get a backyard veggie powerhouse installed.
About Our High-Yield Vegetable Beds
Anyone can grow vegetables with the special raised wicking beds we install in Sydney. We we set you up to win!
The engineered beds we install are tuned for unbelievably high vegetable yields with no hassle:
Self Watering (more here...)
Self Fertilising (more here...)
Self Weeding (more here...)
Self Digging (more here...)
And even better they:
Naturally control disease (more here...)
Deter slugs and snails (more here...)
Are safe and built to last (more here...)
We build and install in backyards, courtyards and balconies all over Sydney.
Find out more at www.urbanveggiecrew.com.au
Contact us to get your own veggie powerhouse!
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Prices and Size
We primarily install these in Sydney, so please contact the Urban Veggie Crew to find out how you can get a veggie powerhouse installed in your own couryard, back yard, driveway or balcony!
Prices vary depending on your custom layout; these beds are built to last and filled with a high quality mix carefully crafted to provide an abundance of delicious veggies to pay you back in no time! See here for standard prices and sizing, but we are happy to do custom sizes / shapes to your liking! Just Contact us!
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