As we live in tropical area, and especially in a crowded neighborhood, so our garden always have problem with the sun shine needs. Lots of shady and part shady area where not so productive for gardening. So... when the sun 'move' I means do its rotation, so we have to follow the movement to get a favorable sunshine for our crops. The implementation is we have to make a good plan and garden lay out. Where is the best place for each variety, although it sometimes does not do well, caused by too much plants to be grown on a very limited land... Oh please... We have to move some pots here and there 'chasing the sun'.
Now, we have to move lots of the strawberry pots to get more sunshine. They looks so productive in a sunny area.
I moved the pots from terrace garden into backyard. Rather I put them on the edge of washing area.
It's so lovely... Yes, finally we can find a very lush 'labu siam' or chayote vine (Sechium edule) in our tiny garden! This is for the first time we are success on growing creamy version of chayote. We used to grow the green version. You can check our effort on growing this version here and here, although we were not lucky with the vine, the squash bugs was so annoying.
Look... the vine is growing high reaching the roof. I have no idea how the tendril 'hold' the wall with 'over loaded vine'.
We can find some male flowers at the vine.
Hey... there's a female flower too...
The female flower, closer...
Wow... I'm finding a little fruit here, among the butterfly pea vine.
The fruit is still so small...
The heat hot day makes the leaves get withered, but they will fresh again in the afternoon, when the weather becomes cooler.