Case Studies - Vegetable patches

Most of the gardens we have done are for families who appreciate the importance and value of growing your own food.

Case studies on point are Bundoora and Blackburn projects where two difference options were applied, also considering the aesthetic impact to the overall garden!

We have established good working relationships with reputable suppliers who are able to offer a chemical free solution to your patch’s needs!

Practical tips on considering vegetable patches for your design:

    • Location/Aspect
    • Materials eg softwood v hardwood
    •     Chemicals in wood treatment/leeching
    •     Recycled materials
    • Self-watering troughs/pots
    • Shape
    • Structure
    •     In-ground
    •     Raised
    •     Vertical
    •     Combination
    • Multiple beds eg for rotation
    • Width v height – sufficient for needs
    • Access
    • Plants
    •     Vegetables you’d like to grow
    •     Companion plants
    •     Rotation
    • Nutrients
    • Mulching
    • Soil – right mix
    • Drainage
    • Moisture retention
    • Maintenance
    •     Grass invasion
    •     Pest management
    •     Chemicals
    •     Companion plants
    •     Pipe leaks/blockages
    •     Fencing off from chooks
    • Irrigation
    • Waterproofing – type, extent
    • What could go wrongs – leeching, insufficient access, bad aspect, insufficient mulching, insufficient nutrients, allelopathic planting
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Vegetable patches garden design, design implementation and construction