Sustainable trends: Your own organic garden at home

Can you imagine having your own organic vegetable garden? With the arrival of autumn and the drop in temperatures, our bodies start to ask for more leisure plans at home. Watching films, making crafts, cooking… are quite interesting options, however, today we propose an original, fun and sustainable plan to do with the family and where the youngest members of the household can also participate. We tell you how to make an ecological and organic vegetable garden at home and turn it into a green space. Are you up for the plan?

Take a pen and paper and start thinking about what you want your organic garden to be like. You can make a list of the vegetables you want to grow, then you can include them in your diet and make it as healthy as possible.

If you do not have a garden at home, you should look for a suitable place to place the plants. If you have space for a garden, check that the soil is prepared and that there are no pesticides or pesticides that could damage the crop. To prepare the soil, it is best to use compost as a fertiliser.

Then it is time to plant the vegetables. You should not overlook the time of cultivation or the watering needs of each species. It is also important to pay attention to the natural light that an organic vegetable garden needs for the harvest to be optimal.

In the same way, once you have the garden planted, set aside some of your free time for watering and maintenance tasks. Divide the work with the rest of the family and, in this way, everyone will be involved in this activity.

Why have an organic garden at home?

The reasons are very simple:

Affordable leisure alternative:

The initial investment to plant an organic garden is not a high cost, however, over time you can make significant savings on your daily shopping basket.

Creating an organic garden in your home will boost the sustainable spirit of your home, reflecting your commitment to the planet. Go for this type of practice and become a guardian of the environment.

Healthy diet:

It’s always good to eat a healthy, balanced and unprocessed diet. Your body will thank you for it and you will also get a huge sense of satisfaction from eating food that you have grown yourself.

Healthy leisure:

Opting for eco-healthy leisure is always a very good alternative. It also helps to teach children the importance of respecting the environment and creating a sustainable conscience.