Vegetable Garden Design | How to make beautiful miniature landscapes

In this video tutorial, I will demonstrate how to use some commonly used plants to make a beautiful vegetable garden. The soil mixture includes: coconut peat: garden soil: sand: perlite: plant used: Sygonium Sedum Lineare Sedum Mexicanum Kalanchoe Humilis locally sourced driftwood for hard landscape. This vegetable garden can be placed outdoors or on the balcony, with plenty of light. The vegetable garden can also be placed under indoor led lights, with a lighting time of 6-8 hours. These plants also need plenty of regular watering. My equipment: Camera: Tripod: Shooting light:——————————————————————————————————————— The urban nemophilist lives in the city, but his heart and soul live in the forest and wherever there is green. The colors, environmental sounds, mysterious smells and fascinating wild animals that make up our earth’s woodlands and water bodies are the panacea in his life. The urban fetishist tries to capture all of this through his green art and sustainable gardening activities, while his sketches and music create an atmosphere for the best appreciation of nature. His goal is to raise awareness of nature and wildlife conservation through his artistic and sustainable initiatives. Terrarium|| Waterscape|| Vegetable Garden|| Bonsai|| Gardening|| Sketching|| Music|| Nature Walk ———————————————————————— ————— Follow us:—— ————————– ————————— Music: “Frozen Mountains” by Alexander Nakarada | Music promoted by Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) #theurbannemophilist #dishgarden #tropicalplants.


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