Why Start a Garden Blog and How I Prepped for It

I’ve been blogging on and off for years writing about my faith, family life, and whatnots, but I never really thought of niching down to one particular topic. This time, though, I’d start a garden blog. Yes, specifically, a garden blog.


Because Missus Blossom sprang from my love of plants and it aligns with my garden center page Missus Blossom Shop.

And since I love gardening, why not just focus on it, right?

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I’m dedicating this blog to all gardener expert wanna-be just like myself. Although I love planting, I’m no master of the field here. So what I’ll be sharing are my real experiences in the garden, identifying names of plants (’cause this is my weakness), as well as new discoveries and even failures in gardening.

That pretty much sums up why starting a garden blog is my next thing. So how did I prepare for it? Here are a few things:

I bought a beginner DSLR camera.

Quality images are a must if you’d have a professional-looking garden blog. Since I don’t have a budget to spare for a high-priced camera and since I’m not a skilled photographer yet, I settle for Canon EOS 4000D which I bought from a store on Lazada for 14620php.

Taking your own images is also important. I want to be authentic and credible so I have to take pictures of my own plants and garden to be able to achieve that. Images will tell about garden experiments and DIY projects.

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I’m learning SEO.

I want this blog to grow and become my portfolio as an SEO specialist. It’s a must then to learn the trick.

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I’m learning about writing great.

Again, I like writing but can’t claim to be an expert. I just know that I write from the heart. But sometimes writing from the heart is not enough. Writing must be understandable so that we can pass our message along to our target readers.

So there. They’re just my two cents on why I’d start a garden blog. I hope I can see you around as I share my wins and losses in my garden!


  1. Pinaynursemeetsworld

    June 17, 2020 at 11:20 pm

    This is such an amazing idea, a great hobby, and therapeutic. I really wanted to have a garden but we lived in a city and it takes time and effort to maintain a garden.. But I love how you encouraged your readers through your blog to start gardening..

  2. C

    June 18, 2020 at 6:55 am

    I love the sprouts, for me it symbolizes a new begginning. Putting your gardening hobby to a blog is a refreshing idea. For sure, it will be a hit one of this days.

  3. Jan Darren Guiwan (KapampanganTraveller)

    June 18, 2020 at 9:53 am

    Beautiful photographs – would suggest adding watermark since prone to theft. It is a good idea to start a garden blog – influence more of this healthy hobby and activity.

  4. paolo

    June 18, 2020 at 11:08 am

    Nice photos. My parents are no obsessed with their plants since the locks=down started. It keeps them busy lol

  5. Franze Garcia

    June 18, 2020 at 10:19 pm

    I have always been dreaming to build my own garden and greenhouse filled with butterflies, and different species of plants. I had to re-pin these photos of yours on pinterest, because I became inspired with your garden blog. I agree with you, that it’s important to have your own photos here. I’m looking forward to more of your garden stories.

  6. Diwata Madz

    June 19, 2020 at 11:36 am

    I am working on a garden (kung ano-ano lang). Most are succulents, cacti and indoor plants lang. Pero we plant veggies din. And truly, it is so therapeutic that it lessens my anxiety brought by this Covid-19

  7. theresa

    June 19, 2020 at 11:45 am

    Since we own a very small space and we don’t have soil area, we don’t own a garden. I’ thinking of setting up potted plants though once we finish the home improvement plan we have in mind.

  8. Homebound Mom

    June 19, 2020 at 12:08 pm

    A garden blog fits your domain name nga. 🙂 Congrats on finding your niche! Looking forward to more beautiful posts here. Goodluck!

  9. WanderWoMom

    June 19, 2020 at 4:10 pm

    im really not into plants and im never going to have a green thumb. Butttt i know hownto appreciate beauty when I see one! Congratulations on starting this blog. Its so interesting! Will share this to my plantmomma friends

  10. Chrisrian Foremost

    June 19, 2020 at 5:01 pm

    Goodluck on the garden blog! Im sure it will do marvelous! All the plants i ever attempted raising died on me so I wont be trying it out soon. But yeah, i also totally get you regarding the seo stuff. Im also doing that with my new blog, testing which blogging platform is better. Hahaa

  11. Hazel

    June 19, 2020 at 6:17 pm

    Good luck with your garden blog! I like niche blogs actually! Looking forward to your posts already! 😀

  12. Dale

    June 19, 2020 at 8:42 pm

    I love your succulent! And yes, this pandemic has made me enjoy gardening more. I guess I’ll be visiting your page more. haha

  13. Adam Blogs

    June 20, 2020 at 9:32 am

    Me and my mom have been talking about dedicating a garden in our home. I will let her read this blog to inspire her more. This is a good escape from the sadness the pandemic gives us, also my mom is creative in flower arrangements, maybe she can use that skill in our soon-to-be garden.

  14. Wendy

    June 21, 2020 at 10:31 am

    First, good luck on your niche. Second, I admire people who does gardening. Iw want to have a bigger space so I can do that, too. Right now, i settle with my small space in our apartment here in Seoul.

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