Having no space enough for a traditional garden should not equate to having zero chance to enjoy your own garden at home. Growing vegetables at home is not only beneficial for your body, but also for your mind as it’s very therapeutic. When planting vegetables, know that there are 2 types of seeds: one that you can plant directly on the ground like Kangkong, and one that you can’t like tomato or other fruiting vegetables. Some fast-growing vegetables are upland Kangkong, Pechay, and herbs like Coriander and Thai Basil.
- Soil mixture
Prepare the materials that you will be needing. Create three equidistant lines and spread the seeds on the soil, following the guide you created. Cover the seed with a little bit of soil, and then water. Give it enough sunlight, water, air, and nutrients, for its proper growth and development. In just thirty days, you should begin your harvest!