Guest Blog: How To Germinate & Transplant Seedlings by Jordan Sly

Guest Blog: How To Germinate & Transplant Seedlings by Jordan Sly

Vegepod and I go way back! Simon and I worked alongside each other at ‘boots on the ground’ farmers markets across Sydney. We’ve kept it real over the years and have relied on each other to show off our beautiful products. For my part - when I’m doing shows I display Wormtickler organic seedlings in the Vegepod. I love it because the Pods are po...
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Spotlight On: The Vegepod Owners Facebook Page!

Spotlight On: The Vegepod Owners Facebook Page!

Have you heard? There‘s a secret Vegepod group on Facebook that not even Vegepod is a part of! It’s called the ‘Vegepod Owners’ Facebook page and it’s run by an amazing, completely organic community of Vegepod owners - with no chime in from Vegepod staff! (Unless it’s an employee’s personal account and they are joining in on the fun ;) That’s ri...
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New Product: Vegepod Certified Organic Seasonal Seed Packs!

New Product: Vegepod Certified Organic Seasonal Seed Packs!

We have some exciting news coming from Vegepod HQ - we, in collaboration with Angus Stewart from GardeningWithAngus.com.au, have created our own seed packet range! We wanted to make planting with the Vegepod even easier, so we created seasonal seed packets (one for Spring/Summer, one for Autumn/Winter). These packets each contain a mix of five c...
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Guest Blog: High Tea in the Vegepod by Claire Bickle

Guest Blog: High Tea in the Vegepod by Claire Bickle

Move over leafy greens, the Vegepod has gone all high tea!
 I’m calling it the TEAPOD (a play on words with regards to the coffee pods). But hey, at least there are no landfill issues with this type of cuppa and pod. 
 We all love our fresh greens, vegetables and herbs but have you thought about growing your own cuppa?
 Growing your own cuppa is...
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What to Plant In Early Spring

What to Plant In Early Spring

Spring is on its way and we couldn’t be happier about it! Late winter/early spring is also a great time to start planting new veggies. While its not yet warm enough to plant your summer fruit and veg, there are some edibles that love the temperate conditions and light rainfall that early spring brings. If you’re looking for some fresh new veggi...
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Introducing the Vegepod Sprouters Program for Schools

Introducing the Vegepod Sprouters Program for Schools

What is the Sprouters Program? The Sprouters Program is a gardening program we designed in collaboration with Dr Kate Neale from Southern Cross University and the Australian Federal Government. Under the Sprouters Program, Vegepod first gives guidance to schools on setting up their Vegepod raised garden beds. From there, teachers not only show...
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How to Revitalise Your Winter Plants

How to Revitalise Your Winter Plants

We’re in the heart of winter and, even though we like to think the Vegepods can withstand anything the seasons throw at it, we know it's on everyone’s minds, ‘how can I keep my plants alive and healthy when it’s freezing outside?!’ If you’re concerned about your plants or just want a tips on how to manage them better this winter, keep reading! ...
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