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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

WEEKLY HARVEST - JANUARY 5

This week I get a lot of thing from my garden.
I have dry and sunny week, just a little shower.


From my front yard, the passion fruit vine give me a plentiful yields.
I share it with my neighbors and friends.
I make some sweetened juice from it.


From my back yard I find two varieties of pare, green eggplants, chayote, long hot peppers, cabe rawit (little chilli peppers) and kara leaves

 

Here, the chayote is called labu siam or waluh jipang.
The chayote vine is really plentiful in yield.
 

The kara vines aren't giving me their pods, but I can take the young leaves from them,  a delicious greens.


From my terrace garden, I get red and green lettuces, garlic chives, green beans, green onions, red amaranths, sweet basil and cucumbers.


The cucumber vines are starting their fruiting stage, so lovely.


From my balcony I get sweet basil, red lettuces and green mustards.
I love my harvest.
Thanks God for everything.

22 comments:

  1. Oh how lovely. And I am spending hours trying to keep my agaves from freezing in this snowy and cold weather in southwest Louisiana. Please enjoy all of your delicious veggies! Linda @Wetcreek Blog

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    1. Thanks Linda. I hope you will keep warm and your plants will safe too.

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  2. Very nice, so glad you had a dry sunny week. Is it time for the dry season?

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    1. We are still in rainy season, but on January we usually have 'dry weeks'. So many places in my country have a downpour everyday and flood, especially on the low land area. But we are safe.

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  3. You must have some very interesting meals - so different to what we are used to.

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    1. We have our own meals, so specific. So usual for you, but so special and unusual for me. Other wise, it's usual for me, but unusual for you. So we have to share each other

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  4. Am sitting here on a very grey and rainy day in London. Chilly temperatures too. Your post with your lovely colourful harvest was like a little ray of sunshine in my day. I'm slightly envious of your winter sunshine and warmth although I know that our time will come in the summer months. How lovely to have enough passion fruits to share with your neighbours, a very kind gesture. Have a lovely day, Endah - enjoy your garden!

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    1. Thanks Caro. Keep warm with my blog. Here, we have sunny, dry and windy week, look like 'dry season' in the rainy season

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  5. It all looks wonderful. We have snow here. Not nearly so appealing.

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    1. Thanks Lisa. I hope the snow will melt soon, I can't wait to see your garden.

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  6. What a nice cucumber and all the fruit! Snow and 5 F degrees this morning so we can only dream of green days.

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    1. Thanks. How cold there. I couldn't imagine what will I do during the freezing day

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  7. Oh how lovely to have your own harvest right now, I miss my own vegetables and salad. But in only 4-5 weeks I will start sowing and soon the first salad and radish can be harvested from my balcony boxes. Spring starts on 1st March here in my garden.

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    1. I'm trying to grow radish right now. Looks so interesting. This is my first experience. I will be patient to wait until March, to see all the beauty on your garden

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  8. Endah, how many times a year are you ripen tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins ... ?
    I am delighted with the quality of towich vegetables.
    They are very beautiful.
    Greetings.

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    1. In my tropics climate, I can growy crops around the year. I plant continuously, so I can harvest the yield almost all year round. I can't count how often it is. When a variety is starting the flowering stage, I usually start to sow the same seeds. So, if haven't serious problem, I will never stop harvesting.

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  9. That's handful of harvest! Look so fresh!

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  10. I can't believe how many passion fruits you got in only one week!

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    1. Yeah, I take a basket of passion fruits everyday.

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