Last week we visited our granny on the village.
A little house on the rice field.
yea... our Granny lives alone here for several years after her husband passed away.
We can see about this place last year here.
This was her little house...
Her house was surrounded by 'sawah' or rice field.
We can find so many stage of rice plant here.
The picture above was about two weeks after planting.
A stream lays along side by side with a path way on the way to her house.
This natural stream has a very clear water.
On the edge of the path way, we can find so many edible plants, such as corn, cassava and edible alocasia.
The green rice plants like as a green carpet.
These edible weeds were blooming on her garden.
Cassava patch on the corner of her garden.
A beautiful pond in front of her house which a clear spring water on it.
Lots of fishes were playing here and there.
A patch of edible root plants.
There were a kind of colocasia and cassava as source of carbohydrate.
And the foliage could be as source of greens.
A flowering hedge...
A row of sleepy hibiscus (Malvaviscus arboreus) look so beautiful with abundant flowers.
We would love to suck the 'honey'.
Kenci (water cress), kangkung air (water spinach), padi (rice) and alocasia, grow naturally on the little spring near her house.
Cool weather, so nice...
We love it!