Ghaziabad-resident Ruchi Goel explains how she upcycled family junk to create her residence backyard, and the way she maintains it. Watch this video to see how.
It was in 2013 that Ghaziabad-resident Ruchi Goel tried her arms at gardening for the primary time. As somebody with no prior expertise or curiosity within the exercise, the homemaker’s solely intention then was to protect the reminiscence of her late mother-in-law by nurturing the latter’s backyard.
However quickly, gardening grew to become Ruchi’s favorite interest. She began shopping for new vegetation and scoured the web for suggestions to enhance her backyard.
At some point, whereas cleansing the shop room of her home, she got here throughout a number of gadgets that she felt had a scope of upcycling. This included her husband’s previous scooter, youngsters’s bicycles, mild bulbs, and tyres.
The homemaker determined to make use of her creative prowess to create magic with this family junk and integrated them within the backyard for a storybook look — all of them function planters and decor.
“Folks come right here to investigate the place I buy these ornamental gadgets from. Some discover it onerous to imagine that I made them from scrap, together with my household,” she says.
The backyard additionally has over 1,000 decorative vegetation, and greens together with radishes, chillies, brinjal and okra. It additionally has a pond round which she grows a number of aquatic vegetation together with lotus.
Ruchi shares her journey of making this fairytale backyard:
Edited by Divya Sethu
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