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Thursday, October 15, 2015

BRIGHT SIGN FROM THE CORN PATCH

This is our tiny patch of sweet corn...


My son sowed the sweet corn seeds on the late of July.
They looks grow so lush...
But my son often asked my, why the corns haven't appeared yet...


He really proud with his efforts, although he just planted and sometime do watering.
The plants are so high... up to 3 meter I guess.


He is so happy, when he see some corn flowers on this patch.
Lovely...


He is really impatient...
He can't wait to pick his own homegrown sweet corns...


Please be patient boy...

22 comments:

  1. WOw! he really has a green thumb! They look so healthy! Hope he harvest handful of corns! ;)

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  2. eh those silks, red? and yes I agree with Malar, you really have a green thumb :-) Btw congrats on your success in growing this patch of corns.

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    1. Yes, the silks are so striking. I love the color.

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  3. They'll be well worth the wait. It's wonderful to get children interested in gardening at a young age.

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  4. Nenhum caminho é longo demais quando um amigo nos acompanha.
    (Johann Goethe)
    Que alegria colher seus próprios milhos, estão bem viçosos...parabéns!!!!
    Uma lindo e abençoado final de semana!
    Um doce abraço, Marie.

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  5. Is he giving the plants a little shake to try and improve the pollination? I always do this with ours especially if it hasn't been windy.

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    1. No, he is not. Actually we have windy days more than last two months. I think I should try like your way.

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  6. Your son is another gardener?
    In fact, corn is a tall plant.
    Greetings.

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    1. Yes, I hope he will be a good gardener next.
      Thank you, Lucia.

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  7. It's fantastic that your son already is interested in gardening. Beautiful plants. Congratulations.

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  8. Your son will have a love of gardening all his life because he started young and is experiencing success. Well done! P. x

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  9. Suburnya jagung tanaman Endah..seronok kalau ada ruang menanam yang luas ya..

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    1. Betul, Kak. Mala. Saya berharap punya ruang yang lebih luas untuk gardening.

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  10. It's looking really good! Sometimes it is hard to be patient when you are hungry for fresh garden goodies!

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  11. Good boy, he wants to eat his own growing corn!

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