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More is Better

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One thing I have noticed since I started selling Watersaver Gardens is the increasing numbers of customers buying more gardens. Reasons they give include the poor quality of supermarket veggies and the cost of buying organic. They want their family to have as much healthy home grown product as possible: and it doesn't take long to recoup the cost of putting them in. If you tried to do the same with a conventional garden you would be out there every day watering and weeding! These four jumbos will go along way in feeding Brad's family.

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Gardens Looking Good (with so little work)

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Happy new year! Just thought I would show a few photos of my gardens that essentially are looking after themselves. Potatoes looking good Hilling with straw makes harvesting easier Don't listen to the recommendation that you need new runners every season-mine are still cropping well in their third year. I always plant basil beside my tomatoes Getting heaps of mild chillies or 'miniature cpas'  

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I Gift That Keeps Giving

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Can't think of what present to buy? What about a Watersaver Garden. With a lovely red bow and delivered free in Toowoomba and surrounds (not on Xmas day).

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CULTIVATING QUALITY

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This article was published in Highlife Magazine: http://highlifemagazine.net/ Published on September 3, 2018 | in Home/Garden For Alan Singleton, owner and founder of Watersaver Gardens, gardening is much more than a hobby — it is a business, a passion, and a way of life. An avid gardener of many years, Alan’s love was born with his four children, and the desire for them to experience the best and freshest produce possible. “I was disappointed with the quality of stuff that you buy,” said Alan. “If you decide today that you want to have a Thai curry, and you go up to Woolworths...

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Luxury B&B at Toowoomba's Watersaver Gardens

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We have just opened our Unit at 20 Jennings to guests. Jaye has done such a good job I want to live in it! So if you need an excuse to come to Toowoomba you can stay in luxury and have a look at my gardens. Do both and you would have to get a discount. We have all the information you need to explore what Toowoomba has to offer from our central location close to the CBD. Check it out at toowoombabnb.com.au 

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