DIY veggie, herb or flower garden
All over New Zealand people are getting used to living in lockdown. Employees have moved to remote work, supply companies have adapted to contactless supply, and in general more people are finding themselves stuck at home.
This is the perfect time to complete all those do it yourself (DIY) jobs that you never seem to have time to do and one eco-friendly and sustainable option is some home gardening! Flowers, herbs and vegetable gardening on balconies, decks, terraces, and on small sections of land has become increasingly popular. People are reconnecting with nature and falling in love with plants all over again.
A new trend in gardening is raised garden beds, due to the ease of install and ability to customise to suit any backyard. Another bonus is being able to add height meaning no more bending over and sore backs when planting and maintaining your new gardens. This is evidenced by the growing demand for the stackable GardenStax raised garden system supplied by Cirtex Residential.
All you need to do is to find the ideal spot to place your raised garden bed, assemble your GardenStax, fill with potting mix or compost, add fertiliser and you can plant anything! GardenStax is a raised garden system that is easy to install, easy to stack and can be painted to any colour of your choice!
Easy to assemble and easy to grow
Let your imagination run wild with GardenStax raised garden beds. You can place them beside each other, stack them on top of each other, combine different sizes from large and small to customise your garden to make the perfect flower box on your deck or the best designed raised veggie garden in the neighbourhood. Even the Jones’s will be envious of your DIY herb garden.
Other DIY uses for GardenStax
We all know how frustrating it is when we have prepared our garden beds, laid out our ground cover then the wind starts blowing! Even greater frustrations begin when planting on banked or sloped areas and our ground cover slides down the bank.
If you are a keen green finger and have created garden beds, you will be familiar with one problem – lawn overgrowth. Garden edging establishes clean, crisp lines separating planted beds from your lawn.