LOOK: UP Los Banos’ stunning edible garden

In the middle are structured shrubs of “tsaang gubat” or forest tea, which have therapeutic properties. In between are carefully designed patches of green and purple lettuce, and the herb tarragon, which has small yellow flowers.

There are radishes sticking out of the ground, as well as vine spinach (alugbati), garlic chives, oregano and pandan.

At the back are tall bushes that bear variegated kalamansi, which look like tiny watermelons, and a handful of chili pepper plants. From there the path leads into a smaller circular garden that houses herbs like mint, stevia, basil and thyme.

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