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…
Is there really anything to learn about Gardening? Isn’t it like… you just put the sapling in soil/pot and its done?
Reema’s Garden wishes you all a very very very Happy New Year!
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”
A lot of times people struggle because they go buy plants and then wonder where are they going to put them or realize that the space is too small or doesn’t receive enough sunlight. Here’s how you can avoid facing those problems.
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 know it sounds and looks weird…. but we do need a reminder every now and then… Especially after a beautiful flower series… This is a mandatory post. Don’t buy plants only for their aesthetic appeal.. Don’t force them to look a particular way. They have their individuality like you have yours. They don’t haveContinue reading “Reminder: Plants are living beings!”
Heyy friends.. this is the last one in the series… Its called the Firecracker Flower or Crossandra infundibuliformis. It is native to southern India but I believe it can be grown in several different regions as this plant has received Award of Garden Merit from Royal Horticultural Society in 2017. 3 main reasons to have thisContinue reading “Flower Garden – Part XX – Firecracker Flower”