Do it at home
Do it at home

When we talk about gardening at home, creativity is the key word. Nothing like having the privilege of consuming vegetables and spices without any type of pesticide and the best, within your own home. Whether in small or large spaces it is possible to program a vegetable garden.
Around here, the organic vegetable garden was started at the end of 2008. It was created not only to meet our raw material needs, but mainly to be more self-sustaining and to be able to manage our organic waste in a more correct way, which is very large within the hospitality industry. The garden is also seasonal and every season is providing different products, but some examples are: lettuces of all kinds, arugula, watercress, spinach, cabbage, edible sprouts, edible flowers (seasonal), holy grass, ginger, different kinds of pepper, passionfruit and lime, and also herbs of all kinds (Rosemary, thyme, mint, basil, parsley, cilantro, rue).

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According to landscaper Ana Claudia Costta Pinto the window sill can be used to line the cereal blades with herbs and seasonings. The deal is simple. “Just four hours a day of sun and water every day for them to develop,” says Ana Claudia. In that case, the tip is to drill a hole in the bottom to drain the water.

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To dribble the lack of space in the apartment, a ceramic garden pot is a great option as they may contain different types of seedlings. “Be careful only when choosing the species that will share the same pot. Mint has invading roots, which destroy those of other species. “It should be planted alone, just like the parsley,” says herbalist Sabrina Jeha, from Sabor de Fazenda. “What you use the most, is better to have a separate pot,” she adds. Some blends that work: rosemary, thyme, and sage; Basil, anise, gorse and sage; And basil, marjoram and chives. ”
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