Bea Alonzo Ipinakita ang Kanyang Napakalawak na Farm sa Zambales "BEATI FIRMA"

One of the best investments we can do with our money is to indeed set up and start a farm. While it is indeed a long, tedious process to have one, it is important to carefully plan it and for sure, the fruits of labor is sweet to harvest.

That’s why Filipina celebrity and premiered actress Bea Alonzo tours her fans, followers, and subscribers on her vast farmlands in Zambales on her recent video blog on her channel.

source: Bea Alonzo Youtube


source: Bea Alonzo Youtube
 

According to the Pinay actress, she focused all her time and energy in putting up a farm for her and her family most especially that her mother was huge enthusiast of farming and gardening. Bea also added that having a farm in Zambales reminds her and her mom of the times they spent in their province in Quezon.


Because of this, Bea’s mom became in charge of the management and beautification of their farm in Zambales. In her vlog, Bea tours her fans in the magnificent greenlands owned by her to which she called “Beati Firma”. 

source: Bea Alonzo Youtube
source: Bea Alonzo Youtube


The whole farm is surrounded by beautiful mahogany trees which the actress considers as her biggest investment. Bea also said that these trees are 8 years old now, and soon will be ready to be sold off to makers of fine furniture at home.


Bea also showed the villas and houses that were built on their farmlands with multiple signage that says “House of Santiago”, which was named after her nephew, and “House of Basha”, which is a homage for her iconic role in the movie “One More Chance”.

source: Bea Alonzo Youtube
source: Bea Alonzo Youtube
 

According to Bea, the entire farm is also sustainable as it uses solar energy to supply power at night. Many other trees populate her farm including mangoes, calamansi, and banana. Multiple nipa huts were also built around the area for the caretakers and helpers in the farm.


Bea also shared that she decided to purchase and build a farm out of boredom during the pandemic lockdown. Because of her mother’s love for plants and farming, they adopted and took care of farm animals too such as ducks, chickens, and pigs. Tilapia can also be harvested in her farm and is many of the investments Bea has made in her entire career.

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