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Exploring Baby Bean's Enchanting Farm: A Celestial Retreat

Baby Bean's farm has a lot of potential.

Nestled in the verdant landscape of Tanauan, baby Bean's farm stands as Angelica Panganiban's testament that having a bustling city life and experiencing the tranquil embrace of nature are both possible. With her engagement to Gregg Homan and their upcoming nuptials, this piece of paradise is not just a home but a living chronicle of their family's growth and dreams.

The Genesis of the Farm

Aside from her usual showbiz stints, Angelica got on a different kind of project nearly a decade ago. This would later become her family’s sanctuary away from the limelight.

The Early Days

Angelica Panganiban has made a significant investmenht in a farm located in Tanauan, Batangas. She acquired the property approximately nine years ago, during the time she was playing the role of Madam Claudia Zalameda-Buenavista in the teleserye remake Pangako Sa 'Yo. The purchase of the farm was made possible through her earnings from this show.


In terms of the initial vision for the farm, the actress has expressed her desire for it to serve as a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life in Manila. She envisions the farm as a simple and tranquil place where her family can relax and spend weekends away from work. The actress has plans to build a modest house on the property, along with a pool, to enhance their experience while staying in the farm.

However, she has also mentioned that the development of the property has been somewhat pushed down due to the upcoming wedding with her fiancé Gregg Homan and the responsibilities of raising their toddler, Amila Sabine, also known as baby Bean. They are also in the process of renovating their properties in Metro Manila, which adds to their busy schedule. Despite these challenges, she remains hopeful that they will soon be able to further develop their farm.

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Transition from Stardom to Farm Life

Angelica refers to their farm as their "munting paraiso" (little paradise). The idea behind purchasing the farm was to have a getaway from the chaos of work and life in Manila, especially for the weekends.

Post-pregnancy, Angelica's focus has shifted more toward her family, and she has taken time away from the limelight to concentrate on this new phase of her life. Despite the busy schedule, including renovating their properties in Subic and Manila and planning their wedding, Angelica and her fiancé Gregg Homan have plans to build tiny houses on the farm. This suggests that she values the farm not only as a retreat but also as a place that can grow with her family.

The farm seems to provide a contrasting space to her demanding life and schedule in showbiz. It offers a tangible representation of her desire for simplicity and peace amidst her otherwise public and busy career.


The Family's Vision for the Farm

With a toddler in tow and multiple projects at hand, including renovations and wedding preparations, Angelica and Gregg have ambitious plans for their farm. Two of these are:

Sustainable Living

The house on the farm is a crucial step in transforming the property into a home away from home. It will allow Angelica and her family to immerse themselves in the farm's serene environment for extended periods. 


Introducing various farm animals marks a step towards self-sufficiency and aligns with sustainable agricultural practices. Farm animals can provide a source of organic produce, such as eggs and dairy, which the family can use and also offer as farm-fresh products to visitors or local markets. This not only contributes to the farm's sustainability but also opens up possibilities for income generation if they prefer to go that route.

Bounty of Nature

The choice to cultivate local fruit trees like bayabas, lanzones, and rambutan is a nod to the Philippines' rich agricultural heritage. These trees are well-suited to the climate and soil of Batangas and ensure a fruitful harvest once these are in season. The presence of these trees on the farm adds value in terms of nutrition and taste as well.

In this regard, they can also embrace the farm-to-table concept. Baby Bean's farm could also serve as a cornerstone for sustainable dining experiences. This approach ensures that the freshest, locally sourced ingredients are used. In turn, this practice helps reduce the carbon footprint associated with transporting food over long distances. It also supports the local economy and promotes healthier eating practices.


One of the most significant aspects of baby Bean's farm is the opportunity it provides to teach her child about sustainability. Involving her daughter in the farm's daily operations and witnessing the growth of food from seed to table can help instill an understanding and appreciation for nature, the environment, and the importance of preserving it for future generations.