Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Container Gardening

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming #1: Container Gardening

Recently I started a new hobby, gardening.  I must say that I find fulfillment in watching my plants grow and blossom. The same can be said for when they do not make it, I feel sad. Today, I will share some pictures of my urban container gardening practices.

 

Practice container gardening if you live in a small urban space. As the flowers get bigger, you can replant in bigger containers. This a great way to recycle plastics and protect the environment.

Using containers to grow potatoe, garlic and flowers

Using containers to grow potatoes, garlic, scallion and flowers

Using water in this container to grow my scallions and onions

Using water in this container to grow my scallions and onions

Planting Melons, garlic, onions and scallions

Planting Melons, garlic, onions and scallions

Planting Melons, garlic, onions and scallions

Planting Melons, garlic, onions and scallions

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