When I came back from our recent trips in Benguet, Sagada and Bacolod the more I understand the importance of organic farming. Setting up my own garden at home in small pots and containers was the way to start it. Tubs of basil, lettuce, tomatoes, oregano, they are easy to taken care. I wanted to plant herbs, those that can survive the temperature in Metro Manila.
|Beautiful Patio at Rapha Valley Negros|
Wooden chairs and tables of different colors add hue to an empty patio.
An old pot or container filled with different flower petals gives accent to your garden. It will surely be the center of attraction.
I wish Metro Manila would be less polluted and suitable place for growing plants, organic herbs and other ornamental plants. During our farm tour, I learned that factors to consider are condition and logistics. Nearby provinces such as Cavite, Batangas, Tagaytay are best examples. Would you consider living in Cavite or those areas I mentioned? I would love to!
Recently, I learned about a countryside-inspired community in Lancaster New City Cavite Mega Manila. The place looks great, it's about 15-20 minutes away from NAIA airport, about an hour or less to Makati and Ortigas (without the traffic).
Cavite is a province rich in history and culture. A lot of interesting tourist spots to explore - churches, historical landmarks such as the Aguinaldo Shrine.
Margaret Model House FA: 72 sq.m. LA: 100 sq.m
Diana Model House FA: 60 sq.m. LA: 50 sq.m
More about ornamental flowers and organic farming on my blogs:
Weekend in Bangkong Kahoy
Rapha Valley Farm in Negros Occidental
Fresh Start Organic in Silay
Penalosa Farm in Negros
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