We are present in your well-being, and the search for healthy habits must be a priority for all SERV® homes, celebrating every act that harmonizes our life with the planet earth, our families, and critical day-to-day for the development of your being. Changes with a more humanistic perspective are on the rise, betting on a more ethical, self-sustainable consumption and impacts on lifestyles where the understanding of natural time is teaching children and young people how to understand the relationship with plants, animals, and the body itself. Healthy food is an echo of a healthy life: our food substantially impacts how we feel and live.

Eat healthily

If you’d like to eat healthy food and take your mind off a sustainable and healthy hobby from home, maintaining an organic garden is a natural and inexpensive option that anyone can do. To better understand, gardens are chemical-free growing systems from which it is possible to take advantage of nature’s bounty and improve your health without going to the supermarket.

The benefits of growing fruits and vegetables

There are countless benefits of growing fruits and vegetables at home; one of them is the taste since there is no point in comparing with the products sold in supermarkets due to the soil and the way the crops are treated. In the same way, the environment is preserved: the nutritional quality of the food you include in your diet will increase significantly, and you will avoid the consumption of fertilizers with pesticides used in agriculture. In addition, as if that were not enough, your connection with nature will make your home a much more unique and sustainable place.

Steps to a home vegetable garden

While it takes time and special care, your health, home economics, eating habits, and the environment will increase significantly because the crops are 100% green and biodegradable, nutritionally suited to your lifestyle.

So, how to make an organic vegetable garden at home?

Follow these tips:

Check the space you will allocate for your crop; the kitchen, balcony, terrace, or inside the house.
Remember to look for a room with enough air and natural light.
Depending on the plant you want, you must choose the base. That is to say, the pot or the container you will use. They can be cans, clay pots, or recycled bottles.
Choose the suitable substrate. It should be light, nutritious, and with enough compost. You can add rice husks or worm humus.


  • Take the containers (pots, cans, or bottles) and customize them.
  • Cover them with soil and plant the seed.
  • Indicate with a label on the container what type of plant each one is.
  • Organize the space you selected in your home. It can be on the floor, on a shelf, or hanging. Remember light and illumination.
  • Water them once a week

At SERV®, we love that you lead a lifestyle full of calm and wellness, so we invite you to build an organic garden and be part of the sustainable movement by following these tips.