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Monday, March 31, 2014

TERRACE GARDEN UPDATE : MARCH 2014

This is my terrace garden on March 31...

View from the west side

South rack : green mustard, ornamental peppers, green amaranth, paprika, lettuce, basil and garlic chives

Center row : edamame, pakcoy, cauliflower and green mustard for seed

North rack : cabbage, pakcoy, red lettuce for seed, kale, green eggplant and broccoli

Kale on the north rack

Pakcoy row on the north rack

East row : cabbage and purple eggplant

West row : green mustard, red cabbage, green onion, kale, amaranth, and garlic chives

Pumpkin shoot from the ground wants to join with its friends on terrace garden

26 comments:

  1. Very impressive how many different plants you are growing on your terrace! All looking so well...Have a nice day! Sarah

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    1. Thank you , Sarah. Have a wonderful week.

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  2. Oh Wow! The soil you use must be excellent. Can you give us some advise on soil? Do you compost? Please share your ideas. Linda@Wetcreek Blog

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    1. Thanks Linda. I use homemade compost from my own garden. I add some burned rice shells to make the soil more porous and have better drainage.

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  3. You'll have a great crop, Endah ;)
    Good Tuesdays.
    a kiss.

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  4. So much work and planning to get results from planting in pots. Very nice, the pumpkin is going places!

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    1. Yes, you're all right. But nothing more that I can do on my tiny land.

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  5. It all looks so fabulous. I have a new eggplant recipe I want to try soon.

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    1. Thanks Lisa. I hope you will share your recipe.

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  6. Endah, I admire you.
    Almost all plants grow in pots, containers need to spend a lot of time watering them. In such small vessels, the water evaporates quickly.
    Your plants are very beautiful.
    I know that you love them very much, and why it is so great to grow, bloom and bear fruit.
    Greetings from far away Polish.
    Lucia

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    1. Thanks Lucia. Yes, I need more time and works on container gardening. In my hot climate, they need more watering.

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  7. How lovely to see an overview of your growing area. I used to grow everything in pots, and I really like to see it done. All of your plants look so healthy.

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    1. Thanks CJ. Growing plants on container is better for me, cause I only have a limited land for gardening.

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  8. Wow! You have an amazing variety. Happy growing, happy eating.

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  9. Amazing ! You fit more on your terrace then I have in my garden. I love how you used your space.

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    1. Thanks Michelle. I love to spend my space for gardening. Thanks for stopping by

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  10. I'm really amazed by your garden. it must take you a great amount of time!

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  11. Your garden is full of so many goodies. You have made good use of the space. Absolutely wonderful!

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    1. Thank you for coming and you nice comment.

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  12. Hi Endah, You are growing so many heathy looking and healthful plants. I am seeing several different types of kale in our markets. It contains so many nutrients. You have inspired me to consider planting some of my own!

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    1. Thanks Dorothy. I'm growing three varieties of kale right now. It's better to grow our own food.

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