I was told that tomatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow at home. “Just toss some seeds in the soil and water them regularly,” they said. To my dismay, this “easy” method did not work at all. The seeds never saw the light of day (quite literally) and when I shared this with my friends, they pointed out that it wasn’t the correct season to sow tomato. So much for easy gardening.
Gardening can certainly be rewarding and peaceful if you know the right techniques and a proper understanding of the needs of the plants. So if you want to learn the correct methods to nurture your plants to healthy life then we have the perfect workshop for you. Join us in Mumbai to complete an organic kitchen gardening course over the weekend.
Mumbai, Start the New Year with ‘Fresh’ Thoughts:
What are your New Year Resolutions? Is eating healthy one of them? If so, then this workshop is right up your alley and will keep healthy organic vegetables within reach.
Earthoholics, an organisation based in Mumbai, conducts various health and eco-conscious workshops which include creating terrariums, growing microgreens and home gardening with organic vegetables. Since Mumbai is starving for space, Earthoholics encourages you to find space in your own homes — in balconies, on terraces as well as in your living room.
The startup is conducting a workshop this weekend where they will teach you to grow organic vegetables to make your daily food healthy and nutritious. Excited to become fit in 2020? Follow this link to book your place in the Mumbai workshop.
What to Expect in the Workshop:
The 4-hour workshop in Mumbai will cover a detailed understanding of sunlight, rains and seasons. It will also give clarity on various methods of composting and vermicomposting and teach you how to maintain a compost kit.
It also includes a demonstration on sowing, transplanting, and providing support to the plants, among others.
Just four hours in the Mumbai workshop and you’ll be a gardening expert! For more details like the exact location and price, click on this link.
(Edited by Saiqua Sultan)
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