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ORCHARD AT HOME


Being in direct contact with plants helps to release stress and stimulates the connection with the environment. Having a garden at home guarantees that the family has access to healthy food and it is not necessary to have large spaces to grow it. It happens that everything depends on the size of the pot, and you can even use vertical gardens.

Over the years, more awareness was generated about the importance of organic gardens and today many people grow crops in their own home garden or even on the balcony of their apartment. In addition to saving money, this allows you to improve food, health and the environment at the same time.


Five benefits:

The first big benefit is safety. The foods that are bought in the market are crossed by an industrial process and the vegetables are not oblivious to this. Having an organic garden gives rise to consuming healthy, sustainable food, free of chemicals such as pesticides and fertilizers, which are one of the causes of water and air pollution and which is not good for us to eat even in small doses.

In addition, an organic garden will avoid spending money in greengrocers or supermarkets, which will relieve your pocket. Yes indeed! It should be noted that the process to harvest them can take time: vegetables are usually the fastest, but there are some vegetables that can take up to four months. But the payoff is great!


A vegetable garden is a very constructive project for families, and children will be interested in watching their food grow

De-stressing and sustainable

On the other hand, a garden takes a lot of knowledge and dedication, which pushes you to educate yourself and read about plantations. It is a great education for the little ones so that they are in contact with Nature and from a young age they can be taught to be responsible with sustainability.

Another benefit is sustainability. Many fruits, vegetables and vegetables are sold wrapped in plastic or in containers made of this material. Plastic is one of the biggest pollutants on the planet: an average of 8 million tons are dumped into the oceans each year and it is a problem that is escalating. Having a vegetable garden will help reduce consumption.

The most important: spending time with family

A vegetable garden is a very constructive project for families, and children will be interested in watching their food grow. This could encourage them to eat foods that they hardly eat.

For the little ones, this ecological practice will also help them to become aware of the food they eat and the importance of learning to eat healthy, we believe the task of raising awareness among new generations since the future is in their hands!

Do you dare to try how it goes with a garden at home? You can start trying little by little, planting in pots and start generating the habit and care that the plant needs. You may have doubts about what to plant at what time of year. Each vegetable has its own requirements in terms of climate, soil, frequency of watering and general care.

Some are suitable for planting at any time, while others are recommended to wait for the right season. So here we leave you a little station guide:



Summer:

Ideal for planting artichokes, leeks, potatoes, broccoli, cabbage and chives. You can also plant pumpkins, which need a lot of sun to grow. You will be able to harvest these vegetables during the cold months, to enjoy delicious broths and soups.

Fall:

With fall comes the cold weather, and with it comes the time to plant vegetables like fennel, broad beans, celery, and chard. Also onion, leek, kale, cabbage, cauliflower and radishes. The "_blank">peas are another option for the fall garden, ideal for harvesting and include in winter preparations.

Winter:

During this time, many plants are in the dormant phase. However, you can plant some, to enjoy in the following months. Some examples are tomato, paprika, leeks, radishes, cauliflower, chives and fennel.

Spring:

One of the favorite times of the year, for its weather and because the plants begin to bloom. During the spring months, you can plant a wide variety of vegetables: tomatoes, melons, watermelons, pumpkins, cauliflowers, potatoes, onions, and peppers to name a few. In the hot months, these foods are perfect for creating a variety of light preparations and refreshing.



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