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Macquarie Point, Hobart TAS
WaterUps® wicking systems were installed at Macquarie Point by Angus Stewart in 2019. The timber beds at the Edible Precinct house a variety of European plant species alongside native bush foods. It’s Australia’s largest edible precinct and is open to the public.
Roof terrace Crowne Plaza Hotel, Hobart TAS
In early 2020 WaterUps® were installed in the planters that formed the perimeter of The Deck roof garden restaurant in the newly built 9 storey Crowne Plaza Hotel in Hobart. WaterUps® were used to provide a consistent water supply, and reduced maintenance, for the edible natives given their exposure to sun and consistent wind.
Habitat House roof planters, Surry Hills NSW
In 2020 Green Options Landscaping installed round planter pots on the roof of Habitat House. The challenge of this design was to establish a system that provided rooftop greening that required only occasional watering given the difficult access conditions.
Planters at Hobart Airport, TAS
These decorative planters were part of an upgrade to the facade of Hobart Airport in May 2020. The planters were fitted with WaterUps® wicking cells by Horticultural and Landscape Supplies, our Tasmanian stockists. These wicking planters will provide a consistent water system to the plants and a low maintenance outcome.
WaterUps® Commercial Projects News
This post will focus on how to grow a more diverse range of vegetables using seeds rather than seedlings.
In 2020, when Hobart Airport needed to reorganise and expand their drop off and pick up parking facilities, they also wanted to be able to showcase a ‘greener’ sustainable environment. To achieve this they used WaterUps
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.
This issue will give you heaps of practical advice on growing late summer vegetables.
WaterUps® launches new Aluminium tree planter with WaterUps® wicking system. Planters have self levelling feet a centre base overflow system and can be moved with a forklift.
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. We will try to address the different challenges that may be faced by the different climatic zones across Australia over the course of the year.
Eric Sturman brings his passion for plants and architectural design skills to WaterUps®