I would like a garden ship, can you help me?
I'm sorry, but we are not selling "Garden Ships" at the moment due to launching our new Subpod products commercially on our webshop.
We have our Subpod Grow Beds available if you don't already have a raised garden bed: https://subpod.com/collections/all
Here is a sneak peak:
We also hope to provide DIY instructions for making your own Garden Ships and access to our Subpod Grow Hub, an online Community Forum where you can connect with composters, gardeners and worm enthusiasts and discuss all your garden bed options :)
Subpods in Community Gardens
Community Gardens are often the hub of life in communities around the world. People visit, share knowledge, grow, harvest and celebrate together. They are the perfect place to put Subpods. Subpods aerate the soil and deliver nutrients directly to ...
Can I build a garden bed on clay soil?
As long as you are using good draining soil to fill the garden bed rather than a clay soil that hasn’t been amended to drain well, it will be fine to put the bed directly on the clay soil base. You can also use gravel at the bottom of the Subpod ...
What is the maximum garden area serviced by a single Subpod?
There is no hard and fast rule for the size of the garden beds. For a single Subpod, if you would like the optimal level of nutrient-rich soil for your garden without the need for other external fertilizers, then the maximum garden bed size we ...
How much soil do I need per Subpod? For a pre-made garden? What is the minimum amount of soil? What is the minimum size garden bed?
You have a few of choices to choose from. 1) You can dig the Subpod directly into the ground up to the bottom of the ventilation panel, making sure to loosen the soil around the outside of the Subpod (up to about 30 cm or 1 foot perimeter around the ...
What soil/compost/other materials do you recommend to go into the garden bed where the Subpod is going to be used. We will be growing vegetables.
If you are growing vegetables in your raised garden bed, it is worth using a premium grade of soil, not potting mix. Potting mix is designed to hold a lot of water, but for a raised garden bed, it is better to have well-draining soil. For example, ...