This issue will give you heaps of practical advice on growing late summer vegetables.
WaterUps®will commence production of its new square planter wicking bed in late Dec 2020
A recent collaboration with PlantingSeeds’ B & B Highway has resulted in a new application of our wicking beds in pollinator gardens.
It's time to think about what to do with your WaterUps® wicking bed now that spring has 'sprung'. There are tips for preparing your wicking bed and some suggestions for what to plant in your bed.
This post will focus on the last chance you will get to sow a few Autumn and Winter crops in your wicking beds and what to plant.
The health of your soil is the source of abundant, nutrient rich food. We understand our bodies need plenty of fresh air, healthy food, and hydration with water, but do we know what soil requires? If we become a friend of the soil, by getting to know the texture, smell, colour, moisture level and the optimal depth we can grow our best fruit and vegetables.
Angus Stewart and Ian Collins from WaterUps® held a wicking bed workshop for TasWater's 'Water Source' event at Macquarie Point in Hobart.
Angus reveals the successful results of his kangaroo paw growing trials in WaterUps wicking beds.
We have finished the first production run of our new WaterUps® square planters and they are now available for purchase.
This month's issue will give you heaps of practical advice on growing late summer vegetables.
This post is designed to be the first in a series, that will give you heaps of practical advice on how to ensure that your wicking bed performs optimally.

Wicking Garden Beds have become increasingly popular as more people understand the benefits of the wicking watering system in reducing garden watering requirements while at the same time producing more prolific plants.