Not everyone has a farm. Not everyone has a green thumb.
These stars are lucky to have both, and they have their available supply of organic vegetables and fruits.
The Probinsyano actor has a mini-farm inside his mansion in Quezon City.
He has mango trees, papaya, ampalaya, talong, petchay, sili, among others.
Her house in Bulacan has a backyard filled with alugbati, kamoteng kahoy, okra, malunggay,talbos ng kamote, and calamansi.
She also planted guayabano, rambutan, kamias, and mango trees.
The former actress and her husband Chito Miranda own a property in Alfonso, Cavite.
It's presently the site for their home, cottage, and soon, an events place.
It also has a "munting hardin," where Neri picks talong, sili, corn, watermelon, mais and pipino.
The senator has fully embraced the life of a farmer.
In one of his posts, he wrote, "Farming teaches us to be patient and to learn to wait and say that in all that we do, there is a time and place for everything."
His farm in Alfonso, Cavite has different types of lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, arugula, eggplant, corn, calamansi, coffee, to name a few.
They're all natural and chemical free.
Aside from her dive resort, the Kapuso star also purchased a 15-hectare farm in Corong-Corong, El Nido, Palawan.
This three-bedroom house was built on the side of the hill, giving a full view of the property, which has a rice field.
The character actress has a 10-hectare lot in Iba, Zampales.
In her interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) in 2007, she called it "pang-retirement ko."
Her "paradise farm" has about 500 mango trees which are mostly the kinalabaw variety.
At the time, she also brought home St. Croix sheep from Australia.