Hydroponics In Cebu, Philippines

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  Today was an interesting day as finding the location of someone’s home hydroponics nursery was a bit of adventure due to not being 100% where it was. Did initially end up in another nursery that seen some nice Champagne palms but a bit steep at P1,800 each although 8ft tall already still tempted as they were beautiful plants. But after going to a wrong sub-division we eventually got to our destination.

I have to admit was impressed at the setup and the fact it was a student project the owner was doing as part of her schooling. Also the fact she had managed to graft many plants into a thriving hydroponic mini farm. Mainly herbs and to be honest its herbs we were there for as its something we love! Searching through the varieties we grabbed several plants as did another Expat who came along with me and April. Surprising the little scooter managed to get all 3 of us on it and a bit wary with that broken back wheel but it served its purpose to get us to the plants.

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I have to admit its fired up April into an interest in getting her own business venture going with herbs and other plants using a hydroponic setup. What has kept us on a slow go on the gardening has been the fact we are always busy lately with the other business ventures we get up to but obviously once the garden setup is done its more a case of bits of maintenance at different times of day rather than constantly having to be there so makes sense we actually look at getting into it soon.

4 comments for “Hydroponics In Cebu, Philippines

  1. levy lim
    September 30, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Hello, i’m interested to buy these herbs. Where exactly is this place? Also, those organic veggies you’ve posted, would like to know where in Banilad is that? THank you so much for your help. I am so interested of doing an organic gardening in our backyard here in Consolacion.



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      October 3, 2011 at 7:53 am

      Where the town center is you will have to head to the central area above the grocery area for the herbs etc. As regards the other organics they are in Talisay. What you got growing in your garden Levy? 🙂

  2. October 5, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    hi there guys,

    Its good to know that we here in the Philippines is slowly getting more conscious in regards to organic grown crops, since they are more healthy and a lot safer health wise. I am also interested to put up my own organic farm soon. I am into selling local and as well as exporting organic fertilizers. So just in case you guys are would be interested to put up an organic farm. You can always send me an email.



  3. LloydChumbley
    February 3, 2012 at 7:16 am

    this girls setup is better than yours Matt.. although at least you take the time out to help promote her business which im sure many others wouldnt bother with especially if setting up in competition.