I recently received a call from my local garden store in Bangkok asking me to take a look at the latest inventory for my local greenhouse.
I was expecting a pile of weeds, but instead found a collection of lovely new plants.
I have been growing greens in my home for years now, but it was not until I had my first garden, which was planted by my parents a couple of years ago, that I decided to plant them on my own.
It was the first time I was able to share my experience and how it changed my life.
As an Australian, I can’t say how much of my experience is due to the experience of growing plants on my home, but I have to say that it has made me a better gardener.
I started to notice a lot more space between my plants and I was getting lots of sunshine in the summer months, which helped me to have a more vigorous growth.
I also found that when I started to see more leafy greens, I had to make sure to remove them before I planted them, otherwise the green would die and fall off.
I grew up in a rural area and my parents planted a lot of vegetables on their farm.
It wasn’t until I moved to Thailand in 2013 that I started learning about gardening, and growing food for myself and my family.
I’m now looking for the best way to grow vegetables and take them back to my garden store to display and sell to the local community.
I think that I will continue to grow my own food and will be able to take my food back to Australia.
Forget the weather, the next time you want to have some fresh veggies in your fridge, it’s probably better to get some fresh seeds.
You’ll save yourself a lot money and help keep your local community healthy.