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Saturday, May 17, 2014

ADENIUM : SAVE THE POD

My Kamboja Jepang (Adenium obesum) pod have been growing so healthy.
What a shame, from two pods that bear on the twig, only a pod remain.
A healthy pod had broken several day ago. 
My kitten hit my Adenium, when he caught a grasshopper.

As long as I know, the ripe pod will break and chapped.
Then the feathery seed will flown.
So... to keep save both of the fruit and the seed, I bind the pod using a tape.
I hope it's work.
So... I will have seed to add my plant collection.

10 comments:

  1. Too bad but who to blame, the kitty or the grasshopper? Maybe this one will stay safe.

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    1. I'm sure, but I hope this one will stay safe

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  2. Interesting post, fantastic photo:) Greetings

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    1. Thank you Zielona, for visiting and your nice comment.
      Have a wonderful week!

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  3. So sorry about grasshoppers.I always sow too much to have enough after grasshoppers finish feasting

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    1. Thank you Leanan. Yeah, grasshoppers sometimes do not leave me something remain in my garden.

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  4. I bet a kitten chasing a grasshopper is fun to watch!

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    1. Yes, the kitten jumps and hit here and there... so busy... so funny

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  5. Pokok kemboja pink I pun menghasilkan benih juga. Tapi belum di ambil benih nya kerana masih belum kering. I baru tau kemboja pun menghasilkan biji benih :)

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    1. Tak banyak tanamam kamboja yang berbunga lalu berbuah menghasilkan biji. Musim lalu, kamboja ini berbunga lebih dari lima puluh, tapi cuma ada 2 buah dan sekarang cuma tersisa satu buah saja untuk benih.

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