Back in the days when I was in my apartment when I did need a green space to escape from the pressure of long commute and stressed workplace. I ought to find a way.
I searched and ran into some types of plants living in the water, even hanging against the wall. I was impressed and thought I had to give it a try.
From the first time starting with the first hydroponic set up (a way to grow plants without soils), I have been in love with it.
My gardening journey started then. The knowledge and experience of me have widened.
But Helen Mirren once said "Gardening is learning, learning, learning. That's the fun of them. You're always learning." I always keep a beginner's mind. I always want to learn more and share that knowledge with people.
It dawns on me that why I don't help other people do the same with me on the website. If I can grow in my really small apartment, why can't you?
That's also the mission of Trees.com blog. I want it to be an in-depth blog to help people grow either plants or food.
All the writings must be accurate and practical. They have to be easy to understand advices illustrated with images, infographic, well-researched information so that you will never get bored.
When writing, I will also always keep in mind that I once knew nothing about them.
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