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Monday, September 15, 2014

A BRIGHT SHINE FROM MY GREEN MUSTARD PATCH





Enjoying the beauty...
Waiting for the seeds, for the new life...

20 comments:

  1. Very bright! The insect may pollinate your flower and you will have more seeds.

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    1. yes, I hope I will get a lot of good seeds for the next planting.

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    1. Thank you, Paula. I always grow this vegetables all year round in my garden.

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  3. It looks very bright, will you be collecting the seeds for another planting?

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    1. Yes, I will. I always save my own seeds from my garden in every planting season.

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  4. How do you prepare mustard greens? Folks where I live just stew them down and serve with cornbread. I would love to know how you cook them Linda@Wetcreek Blog

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    1. There are so many traditional dishes using this vegetables. I use to make traditional salad 'urab' (stewed vegetables with spicy grated coconut) and 'pecel' (stewed vegetables with peanut sauce). We also make gravy soup with coconut milk called 'bobor'. I also stir frying and just stewing the mustard then eat it with 'sambal' (grounded chili sauce).

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  5. It is very pretty. I have never grown mustard.

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    1. This vegetables always present on my garden all year round.

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  6. Very pretty. I love yellow flowers.

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    1. Yellow flowers always cheering our garden.

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  7. Sangat cantik.... Sebentar lagi Bu Endah akan memiliki cukup benih untuk kembali ditanam, :)

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    1. Terima kasih. Ya, betul... waktunya menabung benih.

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  8. I collected my mustard seeds as well :) Unfortunately I lost some, when I wanted to collect the seeds, I noticed that some of the pods had already been empty, what a pity :(

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    1. Yes, I often lose seeds too. I often get empty pods or immature seeds. But it's no problem. There are so many smile and tears on gardening....

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  9. Your patch here is gorgeous as are your photos! So rich and vibrant friend! A lovely week to you! Nicole xo

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    1. Thank you, Nicole. I have never left these yellow flowers from my garden, they always there alternately.
      Have a wonderful week with your family!

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  10. Beautiful! I love that bright yellow. :o)

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    1. Thank you. Yes... they give me more shine in my garden.

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