Did you know? The benefits of gardening and community food-growing projects are more than just filling your belly. It is widely recognised that regular contact with plants, animals and the natural environment can improve your physical health and mental well being.
The future is riddled with uncertainty and the idea of growing your own food seems pragmatic. There are plenty of ingenious ideas shared by many on how they have turned their available spaces into a food garden, let’s explore the concept.
There are food that can be grown from your kitchen scrap.
With food prices on the rise, the option for growing own food seems appealing. Even if your home has limited space, there is no reason to say ‘NO’ to gardening. The book, ‘Practical Container Gardening’ by Stephanie Donaldson shares many ideas on everything you need to know
Kitchen scrap/waste are bits of food that are left over from cooking, such as vegetable peelings, cheese rind, and scraps from people’s plates. When you have kitchen scrap, don’t just throw it away as it can either turned into composts or some can be regrown to create more food.
Getting to know some tips on clever gardening ideas can be useful for your food growing project(s).
Discover gardening design ideas through this mobile app for your food growing project(s) – Garden Design Ideas (ZaleBox).
Often we hear the word ‘organic’ vegetable at grocery stores or wet markets but can you really tell the difference if it’s not labelled? It seems to be a trending commercial branding, so I sourced around for materials to get a head start on the topic. The book, ‘The Organic …
Whenever you have organic kitchen waste, do not just discard as garbage. There are ways to recycle it as ‘compost’ and these are great materials for your food growing project.
The idea of growing your own food is merely an idea if you have not venture into this area of life. Being someone with green fingers is not a skill cultivated overnight; it takes years of learning, unlearning and experimenting to acquire the knowledge and skill. A read of the …