Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Gardening Goals

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming #5: Gardening Goals

My Urban Organic Gardening Journey

It is good to start small. Many people never think to start their own gardens or grow their own food because they think that is not possible with the space that they have. I am here to tell you that is not true. Even if all you have is your kitchen shelf, with some sunshine streaming in from the window, you can try growing your scallions, lettuce and such in water. Right by the window!

Give it a shot, I did!

Using water in this container to grow my scallions and onions

Using water in this container to grow my scallions and onions

Now, I am keeping my focus to have a bigger, brighter and blossoming garden by following other gardeners who have achieved this. Likewise, so should you.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Gardening Goals

This is where I am coming from, where I am and where I wan to take my garden.

Get a picture of where you want to be and keep your sights set.

Lata.

 

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