Technically, it is a container garden, not a farm but for me, it is a farm.
I have been busy being a baker for the past few weeks that I completely forgot to update you on my farming adventure. I’ve decided not to write long paragraphs and just let you see what I have done to my herbs and vegetables compared to my previous post about them. As a summary, I have transplanted most of my plants (all the peppers, dill, basil, cherry and regular tomatoes and the sole salvia survivor) since it has been more than a month now. I still have that calming feeling when gardening/farming so I am happy and fulfilled with what I have accomplished. Oh and by the way, no fertilizers were added (chemical, organic, compost nor vermicast).
There you go! An update on how my urban farm is doing. I will be posting more on this soon where I may be including our ube (purple yam) and lanzones since they are already producing fruit.
Check out my blog in a few days for I may be baking croissants and making durian candy.