The Water Garden
The Water Gardens has been proudly providing high quality products and services to the Sunshine Caost area for over 25 years.
Who We Are
Committed to growing high quality and safe food for all our customers, we believe that food
should not only taste great, but provide benefits beyond basic nutrition, and we are committed to
producing the best quality fresh produce possible whilst being environmentally responsible.
We use computerized dosing and monitoring equipment to maintain nutrients at the appropriate levels so greatly reducing wastage and ensuring efficient plant uptake. Hydroponics has higher yields and shorter times between harvests, so total output is greater than conventional soil systems.
Produce is only harvested when ready to be used, and this ensures the produce is fresh and has all its nutritional and medicinal properties intact (vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients).
Water Gardens Products
Fresh Living Hydroponically Grown Herbs
The ultimate powerhouse food & mother natures multivitamin attractive bright green leaves with a sharp peppery bite. A great salad green, soup pesto and sauce. Contains more than 15 vitamins & minerals.
Cultivated for its aromatic foliage, roots and seeds coriander has been cultivated for more than three millennia. It has a distinctive, strong aroma with a zesty, aromatic flavour, similar to a blend of lemon and sage. Use in soup, stir fry, rice, omelet the possibilities are endless..
Looking and tasting very much like watercress only with a stronger peppery flavor, upland cress is used in salads or in herb mixes. All parts of the plant are edible and rich in vitamins, iron and calcium.
Wispy, fernlike leaves havea soft sweet taste, slight fennel like taste. A very versatile herb, dill compliments cucumber, potatoes, carrots and salmon. The seeds are excellent with stews, soups, breads and vinegars
Spicy, pungent flavour, a superb culinary addition to many dishes.
Thin grass like leaves with a delicate flavour of onion. Perfect accompaniment for eggs and sauces
Sometimes called French parsley, is a delicate annual herb related to parsley. It is commonly used to season mild-flavoured dishes including poultry, seafood, young spring vegetables (such as carrots) soups and sauces. More delicate than parsley, it has a faint taste of liquorice or aniseed
Mint traditionally complements lamb and poultry. It is widely used in Middle Eastern and Greek dishes, including salads, side dishes, and sauces. Fresh mint is a favorite for herbal tea.