Garden system

Tu Mo Rong Garden

Dak Na Commune, Tu Mo Rong, Kon Tum

Tu Mo Rong Garden belongs to Tu Open Rong Agricultural and Herbal Products Cooperative, which is part of Huong Dat’s ecosystem

Tu Mo Rong and Ngoc Linh mountain with its specific soil and climate, are famous for being the land of precious herbs such as Ngoc Linh ginseng.

The garden is about 5 hectares wide, located at an altitude of over 1200m, surrounded by primeval forest in the area of ​​Ngoc Linh mountain.

From the center of the commune you will need to go about 5km on dirt road, cross 2 streams to get to the garden. The experience of sitting on a manufactured motorbike with a fuel tank in front of the handlebars and wheels with a chain when going up to the garden will be an unforgettable experience. You will feel appreciated the products made from the mountains and the hard work of the ethnic people living here.

The garden provides spices such as ginger, turmeric, lemongrass, rosemary and herbs such as ginseng

Daklak Garden

Eabung Commune, Easup Huyen, Dak Lak Province.

The 2-hectare garden runs along National Highway 14C bordering Laos. With a hot and sunny sub-climate different from that of the Central Highlands of Vietnam, the garden has grown citrus trees: kumquats, lemons, oranges, pomelos, etc. The garden is cultivated naturally with irrigation water being brought from the garden. The watershed has helped the garden to have a stable water source for farming. With an area located in the production forest, the natural conditions are very fresh and biodiversity. The garden is the source of organic ingredients such as grapefruit, lemon, orange for the fermented herbal processing factory

Tuy Duc Garden (Gió_ Farm)

Hamlet 2, Quang Tam Commune, Tuy Duc District, Dak Nong Province

Wind Farm is an associated garden in the garden system controlled by Huong Dat, with an altitude of more than 900 m above sea level, Wind farm features a cool climate and is a place to catch the wind of the Central Highlands all year round. With sloping terrain and an area of 80,000 m2, Wind Farm has built 3 water-regulating lakes with a total capacity of 3500 blocks on the hilltops, the water is not yet rainwater. Irrigation systems based on overhead water power reduce energy used in agriculture, reduce production costs with the meaning of contributing to circular agricultural production. With Huong Dat’s orientation, the farm grows non-greenhouse crops and takes care of nature. The vegetables grown on the farm are: pumpkin, glutinous corn, squash, strawberries, bitter melon, okra….

Mang Den Garden

74 Phan Boi Chau, Mang Den , Konplong, Kon Tum

The black bamboo shoot garden belongs to the Thanh Nien Vegetable Flower and Tourism Cooperative, which is part of the Huong Dat ecosystem.

The garden is 18,000 m2 wide in the center of Mang Den town at an altitude of over 1000m, surrounded by pine forest. Around the garden is a variety of forest trees and insect creatures.

The climate is cool and fresh all year round, making it an ideal place to grow temperate vegetables such as spinach, bok choy, lettuce, carrots, beets, and red cabbage.

The garden has a team of skilled workers who are the So Dang ethnic people.

The garden welcomes many volunteers from home and abroad to learn and practice organic agriculture, or simply a gardening vacation to recharge and relieve stress.

Dak Song Garden

Village 6, Nam Binh, Daksong, Dak Nong

The garden is 4km from the town center and is one of the main gardens of the Huong Dat ecosystem.

The garden is 20,000 m2 wide with a field membrane system that both covers the rain but still creates ventilation to ensure the exchange between the environment inside and outside the greenhouse to help organic farming become effective.

Daksong’s climate is mild and cool, so it is possible to grow both temperate and tropical vegetables such as quinoa, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, amaranth, cucumber, white radish…

Vung Tau Garden

Ngai Giao town, Chau Duc, Ba Ria Vung Tau

Vung Tau Organic Garden is in the organic standard system of Huong Dat ecosystem. The garden is about 1ha wide, planted with many kinds of fruit trees such as papaya, pomelo, Tac, banana, avocado…