I cultivate in the house of my in-laws.

in farms •  5 months ago 

Greetings friends of farms and steemchurch....

As I said before, last month I traveled to my hometown ... I went to spend Christmas with my parents and relatives. I had the opportunity to visit the house of my in-laws, in his patio I could observe a great variety of decorative plants, medicinal plants and for their consumption. My mother-in-law loves plants, every morning she devotes part of her time to sweeping the patio and watering her plants with abundant water to keep them in excellent condition. When she goes on a trip, my father-in-law is in charge of taking care of the plants.

01.jpg

In the patio we can see plants like:

  • Banana.
  • Berengena.
  • Coriander.
  • Aji.
  • Chinese.
  • Avocado.
  • Yucca.
  • Lemon.
  • Liberator
  • Santa Maria.
  • Citronella
  • ginger, among others.

02.jpg

03.jpg

04.jpg

05.jpg

06.jpg

07.jpg

08.jpg

09.jpg

010.jpg

011.jpg

012.jpg

Caring for plants is very easy, but we must put a lot of effort and, above all, a lot of dedication. It is a constant challenge and as we go overcoming it we feel better and better. Remember that the fruits and vegetables that we grow at home will always have a much more intense smell and a more natural flavor than those of the supermarket.

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!
Sort Order:  

We @farms are pleased.... indeed this is homestead to the maximum, we can see variety of fruits and food produce..... well done @sabrip we @farms wish you have harvesting.

Resteem

SteemChurch Farm (@farms)

·

Thank you very much @farms.

Thank you so much for sharing this amazing post with us!

Have you heard about Partiko? It’s a really convenient mobile app for Steem! With Partiko, you can easily see what’s going on in the Steem community, make posts and comments (no beneficiary cut forever!), and always stayed connected with your followers via push notification!

Partiko also rewards you with Partiko Points (3000 Partiko Point bonus when you first use it!), and Partiko Points can be converted into Steem tokens. You can earn Partiko Points easily by making posts and comments using Partiko.

We also noticed that your Steem Power is low. We will be very happy to delegate 15 Steem Power to you once you have made a post using Partiko! With more Steem Power, you can make more posts and comments, and earn more rewards!

If that all sounds interesting, you can:

Thank you so much for reading this message!