Vegepods are self-watering container gardens that are available in various sizes. They are small enough for retirement homes, apartments or balconies and large enough for family gardens on larger properties and farms.
Vegepods have their own irrigation system in the special mesh canopy and they also have reservoir tanks that collect rain water. The self-watering means the garden can take care of itself and takes 80 per cent less water than a normal vegetable garden.
The special mesh canopy that clips over the garden keeps out pests and animals such as white butterfly, possum and birds and the canopy helps eliminate weeds. The cover also keeps the plants warm creating a greenhouse effect so you can grow all year round.
People also love the stands and wheels that can be purchased as these raise the Vegepod to waist height so bending over is eliminated. Adding the wheels makes it easy to move the garden position which is handy if you only have a small patio or deck. www.vegepod.co.nz