If you are…

city dweller who has limited time and are looking for a simple way to grow food happily at home

feeling overwhelmed by the gardening info online and not sure how to start

struggling to find answers to your gardening questions

Great news! You are in the right place.

Check out our new offerings. Learn from the farmer, Wan Ying of Little Urban Oasis who has been self-sustainable for 9 years. 

Our Memberships:

Basic

✔ New bite-sized gardening module every month

✔ Q&A – We pick some of the questions and answer

Fee: $10 per month

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Premium

✔ New bite-sized gardening module every month

✔ Q&A – We pick some of the questions and answer

✔ Plant Clinic Support – Ask up to 3 questions a month and our farmer sends you validated answers within 3 – 4 working days

✔ Priority in Group Buy – LEDs, soil enzyme and other products

Fee: $15 per month

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What our memberships include:

As a member, every month, you get to access new gardening module. This course is all video learning with supporting Q&As.  There is no scrolling through pages and pages of text.
 
Our first 6 modules will coincide with your planting cycle and this is especially useful for beginners:
 
  • Find your space and understand sun hours
  • Go through real case study on space
  • Prepare planting beds and soil
  • Seed, root and water your plants
  • Transplant and fertilising
  • Harvest and store your homegrown edibles

Why Us

Scour dozens of articles and videos online and still have a million questions ranging from pests, soil, plants, watering and etc? 
 
We get it. There are a wide variety of factors that are at play in determining your success in growing edibles. 
 
You can of course spend more time in researching, do trial and error and implement any tips online in anyway you choose.
 
If you prefer a bit more structured and content that suits Singapore climate, as many people do, we have created some guidance for you, it’s based upon what our farmer has seen worked successfully, time and time again with her patience over the past ten years. 
 
We want to help you to create the edible garden you want. We can share with you the knowledge and tools, but to truly succeed, you need to be in charge and take action. 
 
SEE OUR MEMBERSHIPS

Dwarf Tomatoes Journey Sharing

Wan Ying of Little Urban Oasis likes to show and tell plant journeys. She has been successful in growing Asian leafy vegetables, superfood such as kales, crown type vegetables, cucurbits, legumes, crops with Nitrogen fixing capabilities such as black beans, solanaceae such as bell pepper and many others edibles in Singapore. However, tomatoes remain one of her top challenges.
 
Watch the video to learn about why and Wan Ying’s tomatoes jouney in Singapore.
 

SEE OUR MEMBERSHIPS

What our memberships include:

As a member, every month, you get to access new gardening module. This course is all video learning with supporting Q&As.  There is no scrolling through pages and pages of text.
 
Our first 6 modules will coincide with your planting cycle and this is especially useful for beginners:
 
  • Find your space and understand sun hours
  • Go through real case study on space
  • Prepare planting beds and soil
  • Seed, root and water your plants
  • Transplant and fertilising
  • Harvest and store your homegrown edibles

Why Us

Scour dozens of articles and videos online and still have a million questions ranging from pests, soil, plants, watering and etc? 
 
We get it. There are a wide variety of factors that are at play in determining your success in growing edibles. 
 
You can of course spend more time in researching, do trial and error and implement any tips online in anyway you choose.
 
If you prefer a bit more structured and content that suits Singapore climate, as many people do, we have created some guidance for you, it’s based upon what our farmer has seen worked successfully, time and time again with her patience over the past ten years. 
 
We want to help you to create the edible garden you want. We can share with you the knowledge and tools, but to truly succeed, you need to be in charge and take action. 
 

Dwarf Tomatoes Journey Sharing

Wan Ying of Little Urban Oasis likes to show and tell plant journeys. She has been successful in growing Asian leafy vegetables, superfood such as kales, crown type vegetables, cucurbits, legumes, crops with Nitrogen fixing capabilities such as black beans, solanaceae such as bell pepper and many others edibles in Singapore. However, tomatoes remain one of her top challenges.
 
Watch the video to learn about why and Wan Ying’s tomatoes jouney in Singapore.
 

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