3 Long Wicking Beds
UrbanVeggieCrew was commissioned to build 8 wicking beds in Uralla to be placed adjacenetly to form 4 extra long beds, NSW.
After some discussion following some initial renderings, it turned out that 6 wider beds placed to form 3 long ones provided the same growing area in a more cost effective way, allowing us to build higher for less bending.
The longer bed acts as part of the fence line and will eventually have a trellis on the back - it is in a great spot for catching the sun without shading the other beds.
The wider beds have a massive amount of growing area, and will be great vegetables requieing more space such as corn, zuchinni, squash as well as accomodating many rows of smaller vegetables. More about growing corn in a wicking bed at https://www.urbanveggiecrew.com.au/post/can-you-grow-corn-in-a-wicking-bed
Each bed contains a subfloor, and is fully lined with an inlet and overflow outlet. Wicking cells are filled with volcanic rock to provide a non-organic wicking base layer. More about this method here: https://www.urbanveggiecrew.com.au/post/best-mix-to-fill-wicking-beds
We can't wait to see photos of the first few crops!