All the plant moms, plant titas and titos will go crazy over the huge selection of plants and gardens in this farm. Make sure your trunk has enough space to add some plants into your collection.
Yoki’s Farm is a 10-hectare property with five huge gardens. In this tour, we saw at least two of their greenhouses home to herbs and hydroponic vegetables. But there’s a lot more to see!
If you saw the first part of our farm series, you’ll know that you could meet and greet tamed cockatoos. And if you’re brave enough, you could also feed them. Check out the first part of the farm tour series here or watch the farm vlog below.
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Our tour guide, Ate Mabel, gave us a walk-through of the process on how to set up your own hydroponic garden.
We spent the most time in the herb garden. I guess the fragrance of the Lavender, Rosemary and Tarragon lured us into purchasing as many plants as possible.
If you are a huge plant fan, then getting the full tour package is something that you might enjoy. Your 1,000 Php gives you access to Animal Encounters + Hydroponics Harvest attractions.
According to the signages in the farm, there are about five gardens but we didn’t get to visit all of them. If you want to enjoy the full tour package, go ahead and do so. Just expect that you might need at least three to five hours to explore the whole farm.
“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” – Tolkien
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