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Shivaraj Patil
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March 29, 2015 - 7:04 pm
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Hi,

I have been into terrace gardening from last 4-5 years. Its my hobby and look forward to share and update the info/views/ideas regarding terrace gardening.

Shivaraj

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shashanknano
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April 7, 2015 - 12:30 am
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Hi shivraj!! Nice to hear that you have an experience of 4-5 years in gardening. I am relatively new to this and have been pursuing it for 5-6 months..

You did terrace gardening or have your own garden? Edible plants or ornamental?

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Shivaraj Patil
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April 28, 2015 - 9:31 pm
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shashanknano said

Hi shivraj!! Nice to hear that you have an experience of 4-5 years in gardening. I am relatively new to this and have been pursuing it for 5-6 months..

You did terrace gardening or have your own garden? Edible plants or ornamental?

Hi Shashank,

I have terrace garden. I have 12 hibiscus, 2 lemon plants, 2 papaya, 1 gardenia, 1 chafa or champa (Anona Hexapetala ), 25 roses, 2 betel leaves, 2 mogra and vegetables - like chilli, musk melon, spinach, mathi, bitter gourd and chinese cabbage. I have been doing/experimenting it on my own. I haven't used chemical fertilizers so far I use locally available soil+coco peat +vermi compost + FYM as potting mix in different ratios for different vegetables. Its just guess work with some experience I have been doing.

I got 30 varieties of cactus. Ideally it is good for lazy people as we don;t need to water them much.

With regards,

Shivaraj

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June 22, 2015 - 10:56 pm
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Hi Shivaraj,

Looks like you have quite a collection. How about posting a picture>

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