The Nolan Crescent garden is a great example of a wicking system built across a slope, so the water flows from the highest bed to the lowest.
The garden is open at all times for residents to wander in, pick produce and grow veggies. Situated on the corner of Station Street and Nolan Crescent, Naremburn, this is a 6 bed interconnected wicking system which is extremely productive.
This edible garden was built a couple of years ago by an enthusiastic group of locals and is part of the Naremburn Community Gardens group. We have lots of herbs which passers by are encouraged to pick, also seasonal vegetables.
In garden worm farms and a large compost bin has also been incorporated and belonging to ’Sharewaste’ has enabled the community to gain a lot more organic material from local residents to help maintain the gardens.