ABOUT US

Community Farms growing Organic Vegetables

About US

Happy Gardens is a community farm practicing natural and organic farming and growing safe, fresh, delicious and nutritious vegetables.

Who are we ?

Happy Gardens is a community farm practicing natural and organic farming and growing safe, fresh, delicious and nutritious vegetables

What we do ?

Happy Gardens is based on the principle of community farming and offers its customers a weekly share of the produce grown on its farms.
The community members are welcome to be a part of the growing process and enjoy the numerous benefits of “grow your own food”
Another way to define the business is : “outsourced kitchen gardens”

How do we do it ?

Happy Gardens has adopted a unique methodology which is based on best global organic farming practices.
Completely natural and organic inputs are used for growing, thereby ensuring bio-diversity and sustainability.
Focus on “feeding the soil” and the governing principle of “healthy soil leads to healthy plants to healthy produce”
Multi cropping and a mix of Seasonal and Exotic Vegetables

Why do we do it ?

To provide safe, delicious, nutritious vegetables which are free of harmful chemicals and pesticides
To establish a direct link between the farm and the customer
To build a robust community of customers who believe in sustainable and environment friendly growing methodologies

why HAPPYGARDENS?

Happy Gardens is possibly the first urban farm (in the vicinity of the city) which offers a true experience of natural and organic farming and makes available weekly shares of its fresh and organic produce at a reasonable cost.
The opportunity to know where your food is coming from and how it is grown and by whom is the best form of establishing trust and authenticity.
Provide an opportunity to part of a community which is focused on promoting sustainable growing practices

For Whom we do it ?

The core target audience is families who want to eat fresh, local, seasonal, delicious food and want to know where it is grown, how it is grown and who is growing it.
One key defining characteristic of the core target audience is their interest in knowing more about what they eat and a participatory bent of mind in sustainable and environment friendly growing practices.

Physical Components @ Farm

Rent a Garden Plots (community gardens)
Exotic Produce Grow Area (vegetables, herbs under Protected Cultivation/Green House)
Nursery Area (Saplings)
Raised Beds and Container Garden Area
Compost Zone and Soil Kitchen Area
Water Tank and Drip Irrigation Area
Storage Space (locked and unlocked)
Farm Office and Visitor Area and Amenities
Farm Hands Rest Area and Amenities