Gardening and Landscaping Tips
Traditionally an Indian home was never complete without a courtyard and a vegetable farm. However, with space becoming a much coveted item in urban Indian clusters, gardens are increasingly becoming a rarity in most homes.
At the same time, ardent lovers of gardening are not just investing in cozy country homes located away from the city centres, new age gardening concepts like terrace gardens are also catching the fancy of verdure lovers. As a result, gardening- typically regarded a western hobby- is flowering like never before!
Be it hanging pipe planters on PVC pipes, potted tomato plants, exotic culinary herbs planted in boxes and troughs, rose gardens or traditional garden hedges- gardening comprises a wide gamut of fanciful options. One only needs a dash of imagination and innovation to create wonders with our green friends.
While pipe planters on PVC pipes present an unusual gardening idea, growing potted tomatoes and other vegetables are gradually growing in popularity. Earlier, no Indian household was complete without the humble Tulsi or Basil in the front courtyard. Now again, Basil has found a special place in the kitchen gardens of gardening connoisseurs who have started growing it and other exotic herbs like thyme, sage and mint with great care. Rose gardens and traditional garden hedges call for sprawling gardens and lawns that are uncommon, but not entirely impossible to come across in the homes of the well-heeled.
In this day and age of anxiety and stress, gardening presents a wonderful hobby in which to spend one’s time constructively. As a result, more and more urban Indians are taking it up and thereby, lending fresh dimensions to this evergreen pastime.
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