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Thursday, July 20, 2017

MESSY BACKYARD

Tidying up the raised bed is something really annoying.
Needs lots of time...


Look... two of our raised beds were so messy.


Weed grew like crazy, and beat the main crop.


The climber was finally be a creeper.
The tomato plant were also be a creeper.
Creeping here and there...


Yes, they crept on the ground, wildly...
Beans, tomatoes, bitter gourd... all be creeper.


The creeper took over the raised bed.


Some brassicas that I have grown here, finally lose and eventually died.


There were only three Broccoli remains. 
After two of tidying days, we can find new look of our raised bed.
Now, the creepers were became climbers.
A bit tidy than before.
I hope they will grow better and healthier here.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

THE RED OKRA THIS WEEK

This is our tiny patch of our red okra.


There are four plants on the raised bed.


These plants are came from self seedlings that grow on the bed freely.


We have picked some fruits for several times. 
The okra then chopped and we made herbal drink from these chopped okras.


The flower is also so beautiful...

Friday, July 14, 2017

MEET THE RELATIVE

This morning glory is climbing here and there.
So,  finally she is finding her relative, white flowered Kangkung (Ipomea aquatica)...
Enjoy the gathering...







Tuesday, July 11, 2017

WEEKLY HARVEST : EARLY JULY 2017

Just small amount of vegetables and fruits from our tiny garden this week.
Not all of our harvest were documented.
Some of them were cooked soon after they were harvested.
We picked celery and chili pepper almost every day.
Two times we harvested Green amaranth and packcoy.
Thanks GOD for everything. 

Okra, Kara bean, Cherry tomato, hot pepper, green beans and long yard bean

Oyster mushroom

Okra, eggplant, green bean

Pomegranate, vermillion cherry, Adem Ati, Mulberry and strawberry

Long yard bean and green bean

Papaya leaves and mushroom

Sunday, July 9, 2017

BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY WITH MORNING GLORY

Such a beautiful day...


Although this was a cloudy Sunday, but we had beautiful scene in our roof garden.


Three morning glories were blooming.


I think these were 'Grey Haze', but I'm not sure caused by we lost the name tag.


I found some pods have formed from the withered flowers.


I hope they will produce fertile seeds for the next season.
Enjoying the beautiful flowers.


Thanks GOD...

Saturday, July 8, 2017

THE SECOND PATCH OF GREEN BEAN THIS WEEK

Buncis or green bean is always grown in our tiny garden all year round.
Our favorite vegetable.


This season, we're growing Tresna, a local variety. 


We use to sow the seeds directly into the soil each 6-8 weeks.
When the first flower of the first patch have bloomed, we will sow green bean seeds for the second patch.
So, when the second patch have bloomed too, we will sow seeds for the third patch and more.


And this is our second patch of green bean this current week.
We harvested the first beans yesterday.
We have to prepare the third patch soon.


Thanks GOD...