Monday, February 17, 2020


This week we had various vegetables from our tiny garden.
There were lots of home grown oyster mushroom.

Almost every day we harvest oyster mushroom from our kitchen.

We also have lots of green amaranth and also vermilion cherry.
There were bountiful vermilion cherry or surinam cherry (Eugenia uniflora) from a little tree in our balcony.
We got a handful of little red cherries almost every day.

We picked Kembang telang or blue butterfly pea (Clitoria ternatea) for several time.
Red hot peppers and yellow tomatoes were ripening regularly.

The young tender cassava leaves and passion fruits were picked after we tidying up our back yard.

Lets check it up...

Sunday, February 16, 2020


Actually, my community and my family try hard to ovoid on using plastic bag.
Use eco friendly products is much better for us.
But some time we get gifts or products that packed by plastic bag or other plastic sheet.

So, Reuse and recycle that product is the best way.
Finally we made a flower arrangement from used plastic bags.

Colorful flowers.

My little girl was really love it...
So match with her pajamas.

Huge flowers for display...

I like to make more and more...

Make a useful thing from used material...

Thanks GOD

Thursday, February 13, 2020


Yesterday, I arrived home and found my 'childhood memory'.
Such a neglected pot in front of the garage.

Beautiful plant was growing so well at this pot.
It's a kind of Salvia, it seem like Salvia coccinea.

When I was a child girl, me with my friend mostly hunting the bloom and sucked the nectar.

Long time ago, In my granny garden, we could find lots of Salvia like this but it had pink color.
We really loved this plant...

Enjoy the memory...

Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Just found this interesting plant on the way did observation for seedling house project.
A little tree was growing so lush with red fruits hanging here and there.
I'm sure it's acerola or Barbados cherry (Malphigia emarginata). 
Actually I have a little tree in my balcony, but it grows so poor. 
By the way, I was so happy to enjoy this lush plant.

Thank GOD for finding this interesting plant.

Sunday, February 9, 2020


 Our backyard was still a bit mess this week. 
Some materials and also scrap from house reconstruction were still here and there.

The raised beds were a bit tidy after we did weeding or several times.

This 'Nona Makan Sirih' (Clerodendrum thomsonae) is growing so healthy and always remind me into my childhood.

Row of cooking oil pouches have already for growing spinach.

A kind of wild raspberry is growing so healthy.

Row of green bean along the path way...

Row of hot chilies and green onion.

The self growing zinnia...

A self growing papaya

Blue pea bush and elephant colocasia.

The blue pea (Clitoria ternatea) is growing so lush on the wall.

The 'sirih' (Piper betel) is covering the wall.

A bit from from our garden and ready to be cooked.

Thanks GOD

Thursday, February 6, 2020


These was lovely gift that we got from our relative.
Actually he worked for several times on fixing our house.
One day he brought us tree fresh homegrown 'kuweni' from his home garden.
Kuweni (Mangifera odorata) is a kind of mango that has aromatic flavor.

The peel is thicker than common mango.

The sap was thick and aromatic.

Greenish yellow flesh...
The nearly ripen fruit is usually served as fresh salad.

When the fruit fully ripen, the flesh is juicy, sweet and tender.
That's great served as fruit juice.

The seed...

Thank you for sharing...