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Enjoy the health benefits of organic, fresh herbs and vegetables, chemical-free Watersaver Gardens Wicking Beds are the ultimate way to save water and garden with ease.

Our Wicking Bed Garden Kits are easy to assemble, made from durable colorbond and come in a choice of colours. We can also custom build for you.

Sustainable gardening helps protect our environment & our self-watering gardens use at least 50% less water! A Wicking garden bed is also effective at sequestering atmospheric carbon, meaning it’s a win for us, and the planet. Watch this two minute video to see how easy it is to get started.

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“It is without hesitation that I recommend Alan’s Watersaver Gardens – for large or small settings, the serious gardener, or those just starting out”. — Rosalind, Toowoomba

What Is a Wicking Garden Bed?

Wick Garden Graphic

Most raised garden beds are either unirrigated or set up with drip irrigation.

Wicking gardens instead draw water from a reservoir below the growing medium, using the concept of capillary action.

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Advantages

Wick Garden Graphic

Advantages of A Wicking Garden Bed compared to a regular raised garden bed

  • They are water efficient - No water lost going past the root zone or from evaporation
  • Self-watering
  • Very little weeding required
  • Easy to be chemical free
  • Fool-proof for beginners
  • Higher bed is ideal for people with mobility or strength issues

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My kits make it easy!

Wick Garden Unboxed

  • Simple to assemble 
  • Free ongoing support and gardening advice
  • Choose any colour or size to suit your needs
  • Watersaver Gardens look after themselves while you're away (up to a month!)
  • Dry surface means weeds don’t germinate unless it rains
  • Plants thrive, taking only the water they need using the wicking principle
Watersaving Garden Bed Kits

Alan's Gardening Blog

Another happy customer

Dear Alan, Please see attached a couple of updated photos of the veg beds from the original photos on 2...

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New Compost Bins

I finally got round to fixing my compost bins. I use my own compost in my garden plus all the...

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TV show gets wicking beds wrong again

Not sure if it's a conspiracy, but I have never seen a gardening show demonstrating wicking beds that would not...

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