My plan this weekend is growing creamy chayotes.
I got three chayote's seedlings as gift this week.
On my plan, I will plant them on three different places on my garden, exactly on my back yard.
I think they would grow slowly, cause this is still on dry season.
They need cool and fairly humid weather.
On a favorable weather this plant will grow so fast, be a very dense vine.
I have to keep the soil always humid, so keep watering as often as possible.
I hope I will be success, no fail again...
This one is on my western backyard.
And it's on my eastern backyard...
I still have one chayote, but I have no idea where should I plant it.
Actually, growing chayote is a simple thing, just put it on the soil and keep the humidity.
White fly is usually be a serious problem when the plant still young.
I hope I'll be lucky.