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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

THE GREENS PARTY

Rainy season is the best time for every greens to grow.
So fast...
So fresh...
All grow...
All green...
This is a party time for my greens.

Triwis/ceriwis (cabbage shoots)


Cauliflower shoots


green lettuce

green mustard

cassava leaves

cabbage shoots

cosmos leaves

katu (Saoropus androgenus)

green amaranth

sweet potatoes leaves

pumpkin leaves






som jawa

kara leaves

daun kencur (Kaempferia galanga)

8 comments:

  1. You are correct. How we water plants also when there is rain we can find the difference in the growth of the plants. Nice to see your plant collections.

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    1. Thank you. Welcome to my blog. Yeah, we get more green view in our garden in the rainy season. So different. In rainy season the weather so humid, so stimulate the plant growth.

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  2. So many different shades of green.

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    1. In rainy season we are harvesting crops mostly greens. We have a lot of fiber and mineral sources.

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  3. O yes, it will grow like mad when it is raining in your lovely warm climate. You almost can watch your vegetables growing, I think.

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    1. Yes, they grow so...fast. The weed also grow so wildly, they make me crazy.

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  4. So green there, we have 18 degrees below freezing this morning and the green is white with frost. I would really like some of your warm weather!

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    1. I'm so lucky that live in tropics area. Warm climate, no frost (except on highland in the peak of dry season). So I can enjoy gardening through the year.

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