Event: Make your Farmville dream come true with La Huerta Farms and Residences and Kuya Kim Atienza

My favorite TV personality, Kuya Kim Atienza wondered why he was chosen as the endorser of La Huerta Farms Estates  at the media launch in Romulo Cafe last Tuesday since he wasn't as pretty as Anne Curtis but realizing what it offers, he figured it was really appropriate.
Sta. Lucia Land Inc. (SLLI) and its joint venture partner, Lapanday Properties Philippines, Inc. (LPPI) aimed at mastering the land, called upon the best minds to help that Farmville dream come true with La Huerta Farms and Residences maximizing the potential to give those who want to build leisure farming experience.
Located in the rich province of Calamba, La Huerta Farms and Residences is a 50-hectare development that provides residents with the means to farm their own fruits, vegetables, herbs, condiments and beverages in the convenience of their own backyards. With lot sizes ranging from 750 to 3,000 square meters, it offers homeowners a wide variety of possible garden concepts.  
Offering diversity in terms of service and aesthetics, La Huerta ’s residents can choose to live within four different garden communities—El Sol, El Cielo, La Luna and La Lluvia. El Sol “The Sun,” is a cluster enriched with plants specifically selected for their medicinal purposes and therapeutic benefits. El Cielo “The Sky,” allow residents to live near the development’s ostrich farm while housing a wide array of organic vegetables and herb gardens. La Luna “The Moon,” allures homeowners with the soothing scent of coffee and cacao while inspiring them with the poetry of romantic landscaping decked with canopies. And La Lluvia “The Rain,” offers a colorful display of palm and flowering plants.   
“Farming has an innate ability to heal.”  
The late Dr. Leonido Naranja of the University of the Philippines in Los BaƱos, and the man behind the concept farming design of La Huerta Farm Estates, introduced the land development project as a new-found, cure-all drug.  
Farming, as an activity, gives the body a total workout—carrying of loads, walking, body bending and twisting—that will help the body break a good sweat.  Those who do traditional farming appear to be lean and strong because they manually attend to their lands and thus, shed the “sweat of the earth”.  
La Huerta is currently preparing for the construction of its greenhouse. At around 1,500 square meters, it stands both as a symbol and an augmentation of the development’s thrust for healthy living. It offers a diverse collection of plant life to broaden the farming possibilities and provide necessary fruits and vegetables uniquely planted in convenient and affectionately named gardens. Such gardening concepts include the “Bahay Kubo” which features vegetables mentioned in the folk song of the same name. It also has a “Siningang Garden,” a “Pinakbet Garden” and a “Salad/Chopseuy Garden” which provides vegetables used in the said dishes.  
Now all those who wish to retire and live a healthy lifestyle with a leisure farming experience need not just play the famous Facebook game. Start making your dreams come true by choosing to live in La Huerta Farms and Residences.
La Huerta’s exclusive marketing network, Orchard Property Marketing Corporation, with contact details 470-3794 or 0915 319 3143 and emlontok@opmc.ph , handles sales for the realty development.