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How to Create a Small Garden at Home: Tips from Jiwa Garden, Bali's Permaculture Experts

Are you interested in creating a small garden at home but don't know where to start? Look no further than Jiwa Garden, Bali's leading permaculture experts. With these tips from Jiwa Garden, you'll be well on your way to growing your own sustainable garden at home.

Step 1: Choose a Suitable Location

The first step to creating a successful garden at home is to find the right location. Look for a sunny spot with well-draining soil and easy access to a water source. If you have limited space, consider growing your garden in containers.

Step 2: Prepare the Soil

Good soil is essential for a healthy garden. Begin by removing any weeds or debris from the area you have chosen. Then, loosen the soil using a garden fork or tiller, and mix in compost or aged manure to enrich the soil. This will provide essential nutrients for your plants.

Step 3: Choose Your Plants

Select plants that are well-suited to your climate and soil type. If you're unsure, Jiwa Garden can provide expert advice on the best plants for your specific needs. Consider a mix of edible and ornamental plants to create a beautiful and functional garden.

Step 4: Plant Your Garden

Refer to seed packets or plant labels to determine the spacing requirements and planting depth for each variety. Use a garden trowel to dig small holes for your plants and gently cover the roots with soil. Water your plants thoroughly after planting.

Step 5: Care for Your Garden

Proper care is essential for the success of your garden. Water your plants regularly and monitor them for signs of pests or diseases. Jiwa Garden recommends using organic pest control methods, such as hand-picking insects or using insecticidal soap. Fertilize your plants regularly with a balanced fertilizer to promote healthy growth.

Step 6: Harvest Your Plants

The final step in creating a small garden at home is to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Harvest your plants when they are ripe and ready to eat or display. This will vary depending on the type of plant, so refer to seed packets or plant labels for guidance.

Creating a garden at home is a rewarding and sustainable way to enjoy fresh produce and beautiful plants. With the help of Jiwa Garden's permaculture experts, you can create a thriving garden that benefits both you and the environment. For more information on permaculture and sustainable gardening practices, check out Jiwa Garden's blog. And if you're interested in visiting our permaculture farm in Bali, take a look at our tours and workshops.

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