3 thoughts on “The Sustainable Project: The Spring Veggie Patch; an australian gardening revolutionnary product

    AussieWitchCerberus Bindweed

    (October 26, 2016 - 9:50 am)

    Personally I don't view growing stuff in plastic containers to be Organic gardening. No matter what kind of plastic it is, plastic when heated (such as via the sun) will off gas and leach estrogen mimicking hormones in the soil and therefore into the food you grow.

    SmokeyBrew

    (October 26, 2016 - 9:50 am)

    The problem with this is you're very limited to what sort of veggies you can grow. Tomatoes, broccoli, zucchini, potatoes. Sorry no deal. He says pumpkins… What one or two? It seems so nice and easy for suburbia but it's too small to make a meaningful impact. And I couldn't imagine spending the money on one or two of these let alone how many you would actually need to feed a family.

    I love it but it's not feasible nor practical. Just but some pots and seeds and water regularly. You'll be doing fine.

    Joanne Carroll

    (October 26, 2016 - 9:50 am)

    Fabulous product. Sadly the presenter went on about it quite a bit longer than necessary. I looked up the product at the abovementioned web address springveggiepatch.com & it says that their website is no longer functioning. Shame, as it looked like a great idea to me & it would be useful for others whose mobility (or ability to bend down to dig) is impaired.

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