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 Advise on starting and maintaining a garden that all Co-owners can enjoy

Advise on starting and maintaining a garden that all Co-owners can enjoy.

Advise about Co-ownership


Are you looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embrace the tranquillity of nature? Affordable farmhouses near Bangalore are becoming popular for those seeking a peaceful retreat. FarmAlly is here to guide you on starting and maintaining a garden that all co-owners can enjoy. Here’s how you can transform your farmhouse into a green paradise.

Why Choose FarmAlly?

FarmAlly offers you the opportunity to own a piece of nature at an affordable price. Located just a short drive from Bangalore, our farmhouses blend comfort and countryside charm. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a permanent residence, our properties cater to all your needs.

Getting Started with Your Garden

Starting a garden is a rewarding experience, especially when shared with fellow co-owners. Here are some tips for a flourishing garden.

1. Plan Your Garden

  • Assess the Space: Take a good look at the available space. FarmAlly’s farm houses come with ample land, perfect for gardening.
  • Choose the Right Plants: Select plants that thrive in the local climate. Bangalore’s moderate weather is ideal for a variety of flowers, vegetables, and herbs.

Design the Layout: Plan where each plant will go. Consider sunlight, water sources, and ease of access.

2. Prepare the Soil

  • Test the Soil: Check the soil’s pH and nutrient levels. This will help you identify what adjustment amendments are needed.
  • Enrich the Soil: Incorporate compost or organic material to enhance soil fertility. FarmAlly encourages sustainable gardening practices, so use natural fertilisers whenever possible.

3. Planting

Maintaining Your Garden

Once your garden is planted, it’s crucial to maintain it well. Tips to keep your garden thriving:

1. Watering

  • Consistent  Watering: Make sure your plants receive the appropriate amount of water. Overwatering or underwatering can harm them.
  • Mulching: Use mulch to retain moisture in the soil and reduce the need for frequent watering.

2. Weeding

  • Keep Weeds at Bay: Weeds compete with your plants for nutrients and water. Regularly remove them to keep your garden healthy.
  • Use Natural Methods: FarmAlly recommends using organic weed control methods to avoid harming your plants or the environment.

3. Pruning and Trimming

  • Encourage Growth: Prune your plants to remove dead or damaged parts. This promotes healthy growth and improves the overall appearance of your garden.
  • Share the Load: With co-owners, divide the gardening tasks. This makes maintenance easier and more enjoyable. However, FarmAlly takes care of the maintenance of the gardens.

Benefits of co-owning a garden

Having a shared garden at your farmhouse offers numerous benefits:

  • Community Building: Gardening together fosters a sense of community among co-owners. It’s an excellent way to connect and share experiences.
  • Cost-Effective: Sharing the costs of gardening supplies and tools makes it more affordable.
  • Fresh Produce: Enjoy the fruits (and vegetables) of your labour. Homegrown produce is healthier and tastes better than store-bought.


Affordable farmhouses near Bangalore, like those offered by FarmAlly, provide the perfect setting for a co-owner’s garden. By following these simple steps and maintaining your garden well, you can create a beautiful and productive space that everyone can enjoy. Embrace the joy of gardening and the benefits of community living with FarmAlly today!

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