Yes! Magazine features Paradise Farm

YES! Magazine, one of the country’s top entertainment magazine featured Paradise Farm and Ms. Isabel Rivas. The spread featured the farmhouse, the farm, its humble beginnings and the hard work and dedication that Miss Isabel Rivas put into the property. Read the feature on...
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Thoughts on Zone Gardening

There are several methods that can be utilized for nurturing a flower or a fruit and vegetable garden right in your own backyard, and one of the most popular methods is zone gardening. In zone gardening, different varieties of plants are grouped or zoned together in a way that each plant can benefit from one another as they continue to grow. Zoning involves sectioning your garden according to the...
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The Psychology of Gardening

I don’t know what it is about a garden that has always drawn humans to them. But they’ve always been very popular, and an integral part of peoples’ lifestyles. Most religions feature gardens as the settings for some of the biggest events. According to Christianity, humanity was started in a garden and the son of God was resurrected in a garden. The Buddhist build gardens to allow nature to...
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Dwarf Papaya

The Philippines is a perfect place for raising fruit crop and Paradise Farm is proud to have been producing several types of fruits, one of them is the Papaya. The Papaya has been taken for granted for quite some time. The total crop area in the Philippines that is dedicated to the growing of papayas is estimated to only .1% of the total agricultural land. That is less than 9,000 hectares of...
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Eggplant

The Philippine eggplant or the talong is a slim and long variety that is more tasty than the large aubergine. Although it is classified as a vegetable, it is actually a fruit which is endemic to the Philippines and other countries in the Southeast Asian region. A constant ingredient to several Filipino dishes, it is often seen in the Ilokano dish Pinakbet and Kare-Kare (Ox tripe in peanut stew)....
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