Why do you want to Garden?

The internet is flooded with articles like 10 reasons you should start your Garden.. Gardening wave is here.. Its the “IN” thing… I get it… Heck, even I am here promoting and talking about Gardening…. But if you’re someone who’s not into Gardening and wants to start…. Just pause for a moment and ask yourself why…

Happy New Year!

Reema’s Garden wishes you all a very very very Happy New Year!

Here's our plan for the 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!

Start Small, Go Big

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

5 Ways to Classify Your Plants

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”

Flower Garden – Part XI – Lantana

If you need a plant that needs no care, no pruning, no composting, yet all season flowers..

An Ideal Farm – Part I

All the posts in the featured series talk particularly about Indian Agriculture Scenario. We all dream about an ideal farm.. Ideal way of doing agriculture.. and then we just shun the thought thinking its just a dream.. Well.. I just decided to give it more thought and pursue it through.. An ideal farm is aContinue reading “An Ideal Farm – Part I”

Go Indigenous!!

The first time I heard the word Indigenous (with reference to plants) I knew for sure they were referring to the genus of plants originating in India!! Well, I did realize that I should refer a dictionary and not come up with my own interpretations!! So what is Indigenous? Indigenous means originating or occurring naturallyContinue reading “Go Indigenous!!”