One of the most asked questions I get is about how to use and manage the space you have for your garden, so here I am, addressing the Space Factor!
This Year, I realized something very important! And that’s And with this, we are going to start regular batches of Gardening workshop for kids!! Isn’t that amazing! Happy Gardening!
Here’s the thing… We had just 2 participants! I remember very clearly and distinctly how scared I was about having just 2 participants. If you would have seen my previous posts of my workshops.. I had got used to having at least 15-20 participants… But then this is what fresh start looks like…. All sorts of thoughts like “what will they think?” …. “Will they be comfortable?”…. “What if they don’t like the workshop because there weren’t many people?”… and on and on went the thoughts…
Reema’s Garden wishes you all a very very very Happy New Year!
Each one of us has a story within us! If plants have had an impact on your life in a way that you would like to share with the world, we would like to publish your story on reemasgarden!
I cannot emphasize the importance of starting small. Its crucial that you start small. I always say it in my Gardening Workshops, start with just
Hello folks! So you have all that you need to start your Garden and you have taken a closer look at your Garden space. So now that wondering which plants to opt for, which is at times very overwhelming. I hope this broad classification helps you get a better idea of the plants. Based onContinue reading “5 Ways to Classify Your Plants”
Want to start a garden and wondering how or what you need? Don’t worry, we got you covered. And the fact is, since you “want” to have a garden; you already got what’s needed the most! A will! So now that you have all the 3, lets start setting up your Garden!! Click on theContinue reading “3 things you need to start your Garden”
I really wanna talk about these 2 Jasmines which are native to Asia/India. The first one is Tabernaemontana divaricata or commonly called pinwheel flower, crape jasmine, East India rosebay. Also called as Tagar or chandni in Hindi. The second one is Gardenia jasminoides To my friends across continents… Both these jasmines are native to Asia… I don’t knowContinue reading “Flower Garden – Part XIX – Asian Jasmines”