Business is booming.

Gardening Takes Root Among People

By Rashidat Oladele

Gardening has become super popular and people are discovering the joy of growing their own plants and veggies. It’s a great way to relax and connect with nature.

Various ways of gardening

Vertical gardening. It’s perfect for those with limited space. You can now grow plants vertically on walls or in hanging baskets, creating a beautiful green oasis in small urban spaces.

Indoor gardening. People are bringing the outdoors inside with houseplants and creating stunning indoor gardens. It not only adds a touch of nature to your home but also purifies the air.

Urban farming. Many cities are encouraging residents to grow their own food by providing community gardens and rooftop farms. It’s a fantastic way to promote sustainability and reduce food miles.

Native plant gardening. People are realizing the importance of planting native species to support local ecosystems and attract pollinators like bees and butterflies.

Organic gardening. This is on the rise as people become more conscious of the chemicals used in conventional farming. Growing your own organic fruits and veggies ensures you know exactly what goes into your food.

Container gardening. It is perfect for those without a backyard. You can grow herbs, vegetables, and even fruits in pots on your balcony or windowsill. It’s a great way to have a mini-garden even in a small space.

Vertical herb gardens. It’s also becoming a hit among cooking enthusiasts. Imagine having fresh herbs like basil, mint, and thyme right at your fingertips when you’re preparing a delicious meal!

Permaculture gardening. It focuses on creating ecosystems that work harmoniously with nature, reducing the need for external inputs.

Community gardens are thriving too as people come together to share their love for gardening. It’s a great way to connect with others, exchange tips, and contribute to a greener community.

Butterfly and bee gardens are popping up everywhere. People are planting specific flowers and plants to attract these important pollinators and help support their populations.

Aquaponics is a fascinating gardening technique that combines aquaculture (raising fish) with hydroponics (growing plants in water).

 

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