Wrap Up: The Best Vegepod Harvests Of 2018

We cannot believe 2018 has come and (almost!) gone. It’s been another great year for Vegepod with many good changes including three new franchises in UK, Canada, and Portugal. Two new products - our Shade Cover and Certified Organic Seasonal Seed Packs, and guest collaborations with top-notch garden experts such as Angus Stewart, Claire Bickle, and Jordan Sly.

We’ve proudly watched our online presence grow to over 20K across channels, participated in community programs around the world and attended the Royal Horticultural Society 2018 Chelsea Flower Show - a huge honour. Perhaps best of all, the Vegepod Owners Facebook Group has flourished into a thriving, independent community that’s reaching 3K of members all on its own!  

To celebrate the Vegepod community and have a look back we ‘handpicked’ the top harvest posts of 2018 from the Vegepod Owners Group and our own Facebook and IG pages. Have a quick look at the montage video and snapshots below to see truly beautiful standout produce.

This is our last blog for 2018 so to all have a very Merry Christmas and happy holidays this break. We’ll see you in 2019!

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Anatomy of a Salad grown in a Vegepod continued... 🥗 🌱🌼 For those in the game of guessing the ingredients are as follows. These grown in the vegepod from previous post: Wasabi, Endive, Radicchio, Red and Green Chicory, Celery, Rocket, Rocket flowers, Red and Green multi pick lettuce, Radish, Landcress, Freckles lettuce from The Diggers Club Beetroot, Coriander, Heartease and Sweet Violet. . But Also Dill, Pansies, Silverbeet, Curly kale, Nasturtium flowers and leaves, Spring onion, Red Veined Sorrel and Red Mizuna from the rest of the garden. . Reposting @cropswapaustralia, Lane Cove 🤙🌱💦

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Want to see the best pics of 2017? Check out our 2017 wrap up blog: ‘The Best Vegepod Pictures of 2017!

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