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Monday, September 28, 2020

CAMOUFLAGING THE GUTTER PART 1

A simple project this week...
Preparing camouflage of the gutter a long the street in front of our house.
Yes the gutter sometimes so annoying.
Put something green and fresh thing is funny idea. 
So... this was the beginning of our mini project.
Put two racks here for the first
Then.... put four concrete plats.
Finally, managed pots from our home garden on this new garden space.
There are lots of works to be done soon.






 

Sunday, September 20, 2020

OUR ORCHID IN THE BALCONY

This is our east balcony this week...
There are two orchids blooming. 
The plants looks overloaded by the spikes.





There's a new fresh shoot and also a spike.


I have no idea, what kind of color is it.


A new shoot with fresh roots


 

Saturday, September 19, 2020

OUR ROOF GARDEN THIS WEEK

This week, nothing special with our roof garden. 
The dry and hot weather makes the crop get drought and dry.
Some space on the rack were empty.
The weed is growing lush although the weather so hot and dry.
We need more time to do watering.
There are Strawberry, pakcoy, basil and red amaranth on the west rack. 




On the north rack, there are chinesse cabbage, red amaranth, cauliflower and pakcoy.

There are two different hot pepper on  the wall.



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Three varieties of vinca on the center.






On the south rack, there are Broccoli, cabbage, tomato, eggplant and moseross.




Thanks GOD...

Friday, September 18, 2020

My Vermillion Cherry Today

 Finding this neglected little tree on the balcony. So lovely...

This Vermillion Cherry looks so beautiful. There are lots of fruits on so many stage.

Thanks God...










Monday, September 14, 2020

MY AMAZON LILY TODAY

Finding this beautiful thing under the Calathea leaves


Wow... a lovely thing! 



My Amazon lily (Eucharis grandiflora) is blooming. 


Such a neglected thing in our tiny front yard.


Actually, I really love flower in white


Awesome....


Thanks GOD for this beautiful nature!

Saturday, September 12, 2020

THE GREEN VERSION

This is the green version of my Oxalis. I took it from a road side near a stream on my home town about two years ago. Then I grew it on the raised bed. Growing wildly, naturally.
Thanks GOD...







NEW COLLECTION: PURPLE SHAMROCK

 This is our new collection in the beginning of September Purple Shamrock (Oxalis triangularis). Here, we use to call it as purple butterfly or 'Kupu-kupu Ungu'.

We got it when our team visited a village. And I went home with some coleus cuttings and this Oxalis.

Thanks friends...