Create your own kitchen garden
Kitchen Garden is growing organic fruits and vegetables that are mostly consumed domestically.
Everyone can grow vegetables in their terrace, balcony and around the home, for better nutrition and minerals.
Using terracotta pots for planting makes one’s garden look elegant, fresh, and colourful. They are environment-friendly and bio-degradable.
One can grow vegetables like tomatoes, spinach, radish lettuce, fenugreek, gourds, chilly, capsicum.
Add air purifying plants inside/outside your home
Aloe Vera, Snake plant, Ficus, Tulsi, Pipal are extremely effective at cooling air as well as removing pollutants and harmful virus from the air.
Additionally, they aid in the better nourishment of the skin.
You can keep these plants in your bedroom for proper oxygen supply.
Use Terracotta instead of Plastic in your Garden
Plants and trees play a major role in producing the most important element for our existence.
Ironically, the present world’s major population is holed to plastic, which is extremely harmful to both environment and plants.
Having no perceived or actual benefit, plastic needs to be replaced by terracotta on an immediate basis.
Save Water while gardening
Group small and big plants together; it helps to save water in summers.
By arranging them in a clustered form, the big plants will protect the small ones and thereby it will reduce the task of watering plants daily.
Mulching plants and garden with dry grasses also helps to save water. It will help plants to store more water, as dry grass hold the water for longer time, it makes the evaporation process a bit slower and holds the water within the plants and in the ground as well.
Decompose your biodegradable waste
Make manure from the kitchen wet waste. Create holi colors and waste flowers. Make leaf manure from the garden dry and green waste.
Inculcate the habit of transforming waste into interesting decor items. As far as possible delay the waste from reaching the landfill thereby creating something out of nothing.