1) Kokedama

In city like Mumbai where there is a lack of place even to keep the planters in the window.

If gardening is your hobby then try this new method, A Japanese style indoor string garden.

Cost – per person 1500/- (including all materials)

Including – Plant 1 (indoor air purifying plant), Soil Mixture, Cocopit, Moss, Wool

 

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2) Terranium

In city like Mumbai where there is a lack of place even to keep the planters in the window.

The concept of terrarium was introduced to make people feel like living in nature while residing in their homes.

Terrarium is a sealable glass container containing soil and plant. Terrarium in a glass container would not only add beauty to your home decor but also satisfy the gardening enthusiast…

a) Close Terrarium

Cost – per person 2000/- (including all materials)

Including – Glass Bowl (medium size), Plant 3 (indoor dwarf plant), Soil Mixture, Moss, Coal, Bricks, Foil, Pebbles/sand, Decorative materials

 

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b) Open Terrarium

Cost – per person 2500/- (including all materials)

Including – Glass Bowl (medium size), Plant 3 (Succulent), Soil Mixture, Moss, Coal, Bricks, Pebbles/sand, Decorative materials, Traveling, Experts & Associate.

 

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3) Dish gardening

In city like Mumbai where there is a lack of place even to keep the planters in the window.

If gardening is your hobby then try this new method Dish Gardening

A dish garden is a garden of plants growing in a shallow dish or bowl for a container. The dish garden can be landscaped to represent a scene in nature, it is a miniature ecosystem. The plants used in a dish garden should be compatible and cultivars that stay small or grow very slowly are most commonly used.

Cost – per person 3500/- (including all materials)

Including – ceramic shallow pot, Plant 6-8 (indoor dwarf plant), Soil Mixture, Moss, Bricks, Pebbles/sand, Net, Decorative materials

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4) Seed Bomb Workshop

Seed bombing a technique used to plant trees. It is an ancient Japanese practice, also known as Tsuchi Dango (seed dumpling) and Japanese farmer Masanobu Fukuoka is credited for popularising this ingenious method used in farms in order to increase crop yield. Seed balling, seed grenades and aerial farming are other popular terms used to refer to this farming technique. Seed bombing is becoming increasingly popular world over including India. Seed bombs are cheaper compared to other plant samplings, they are organic, easy to make, and owing to their size can be transported from one place to another easily. It’s benefits play a huge role in the technique’s growing popularity.

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About Nitya Goel Aggarwal

An Interior Designer by profession, she has a creat0ive mind that works 24*7 be it in form of art, interiors or graphic. Her love for nature developed since childhood while exploring various places with her family across the country. Passionate about travelling especially wildlife, she believes in promoting eco-tourism and conservation of nature and understands the importance and need of instilling love for nature at a young age in children. Based in Mumbai, her expertise comes from her experience in nurturing her own son into a wildlife and nature lover at a young age of four. Apart from helping in planning outdoor wildlife tours, she conducts various nature related day trips in and around Mumbai.