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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

WEEKLY HARVEST : JANUARY 2015

Just a few harvest from my little garden this week.
And not all of the harvests were taken its picture.

Labu air (squash), Hyacinth beans green and purplish, white hot chilli, and lembayung (long yard bean leaves)

Strawberry

Purple hyacinth bean

Belimbing / Star fruit

Labu air

24 comments:

  1. Awesome!!! Your harvest looks amazing you!! Have a great day!! Nicole xo

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    1. Thank you, Nicole! I hope you have a great day too.

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  2. strawberry? how to did you manage to grow those in tropics climate?

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    1. I grow it on media that rich on homemade compost. And I put the pot the square planter on part shady area . Just watering twice a week.

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  3. Lovely harvest Endah, are the strawberries a new addition for you? x

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    1. Yes, I bought a pot of strawberryin the end of November, and I splitted this plant into three new plants. they never stop give me their red fruits since December.

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  4. Oh I envy you your Hyacinth beans, Endah! I've tried to grow them for the past two summers; the seeds germinate well and the vines grow but I never get the flowers. I think they really need a long season of sunshine to get a harvest but I shall persevere!

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    1. I think so, on part shady area, this vine grow so well but the flower and also the bean are so rare. On fullsun area, we can find lots of flower and beans. Keep trying!

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  5. The hyacinth beans are really pretty,

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  6. What a wonderful harvest. Your strawberries plant looks nice and healthy. I can't
    wait until my strawberry beds are full bloom once again. When you read this is will be morning there...So have a great morning.

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    1. Thank you, Teresa. This is for the first time I grow strawberry. The plant that most of people say that it's impossible to be grown on our hot climate. But they look do well.

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  7. Great and interesting harvest. The strawberries look a bit like the wild wood strawberries here. When the hyacinth beans taste as nice as they look like, they must be delicious.

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    1. I think my strawberry couldn't grow as well as on your country. On tropical highland, we can find big strawberry, and other varieties that grow so well there. But in I live on middle land thst the weather is warmer, so my strawberry become smaller. But so juicy.

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  8. Que beleza de morangos. Deve ser muito bom poder colher alimentos.
    Parabéns por suas plantas.
    bjs

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    1. Thank you, Maristella. Have a wonderful day.

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  9. Great harvest, the strawberries are the only one I know what taste like, but perhaps the squash taste similar to the squash we have here? You are so fortunate to be able to harvest all year round, the only thing I can harvest right now is thyme which I use a lot of.

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    1. The squash has plain taste and the water content is so high, so we call it as labu air that means water squash.

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  10. As pessoas entram em nossa vida por acaso, mas não é por acaso que elas permanecem.
    É uma recompensa maravilhosa a colheita dos próprios frutos!!!
    Parabéns pela plantação bem cuidada.
    Beijos Marie.

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  11. Good harvest! Oh, you eat the purple beans too? ;)

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