How To Build A Pocket Garden for P5,000 or Less
Achieve an indoor or outdoor Zen corner that's within your means
When it comes to creating a mini garden, it can be easy to start with a few pots of succulents, or a vertical garden featuring herbs and cacti in recycled planters. However, if you want to take things to the next level, you can achieve a pocket garden without worrying about the expenses. Franco Hubilla of the Hubilla Design Group shares important pointers below that can help you get started. With a budget of P5,000 or less, you can build your own little paradise where you can meditate and care for your favorite plants.
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