My Culinary Garden

How do you want your garden?

Growing up in the province where the space for garden is so wide compared in the city where most people are crowded and there’s not much space to build a house much more to have garden…I miss those days when i just have to to to the backyard and pick some vegetables for viands or when I crave for fruits like guava, santol, atis, anonas, guyabano, mango, duhat, bananas, papaya, Langka and lot more!

I am dreaming of having that here in the city…O.M.G! a farm and orchard in the city? I must be crazy!

Yes! I am crazy! But I am going to have it here! in my own space…and everyone can take a peek but do not pick! Ha! ha! ha!

But what shall I plant first? Where do I start? Help!

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