5 Online Gardening Groups You Must Follow Now
Find the green virtual support group that suits you
Gardening has been all the rage for quite some time now. A lot of Instagram sellers and gardening enthusiasts have established their presence, all with the goal of sharing their love for gardening among kindred souls. If you’re already into gardening or are just starting out, you might want to look for buddies who will help you with your newfound passion. Here are some gardening pages and groups you might want to follow:
1. My Urban Farm Enterprises
This group aims to promote growing produce locally by creating pockets of urban farms in cities to produce food that can be readily available. They advocate community supported agriculture through urban farming. You can visit My Urban Farm Enterprises at 97 Soliven 3 Ave. Ext., Loyola Grand Villas, Quezon City, or check out their Facebook page.
Contact Details: Mobile 0917-870-1963; Email myurbanfarmenterprises[at]gmail.com ; Website www.myurbanfarmenterprises.com
2. Home Farmers Club
This page serves as a venue or hub for those who are interested to learn more about urban container gardening. When you join the group, you can ask gardening-related questions and participate in discussions on the group’s page. You can even share photos of your own produce!. Check out the group's Facebook page.
3. Go Organic Farmers Club Inc.
This non-profit organization advocates natural means of farming, like doing away with chemical pesticides and opting for organic fertilizers. One of this group’s goals is to promote backyard farming so you can have a steady food source and an additional source of income as well. Visit the group's Facebook page.
Contact Details: tel. no. (044) 896-1828; mobile 0908-112-5454; Email goorganicfarmers[at]gmail.com
4. Gardeners' Tambayan
If you want to learn more about gardening in the company of your friends, join Gardeners’ Tambayan. As the name implies, it is like a tambayan where you can share your experiences and exchange notes about gardening. Feel free to post your questions—other members are more than willing to help you with them. Check out the group's Facebook page.
5. Cactus and Succulent Society of the Philippines, Inc.
Do you love growing cacti and succulents? This non-profit organization is a group dedicate to that purpose. Aside from the discussions you can engage in via the group’s Facebook page, members of this organization hold a monthly meeting, so you get to bond, organize studies and activities, and share stories and experiences with your fellow lovers of cacti and succulents. Log on to the group's Facebook page.
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