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Sunday, February 9, 2020

OUR BACK YARD THIS WEEK

 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

13 comments:

  1. Messy with plants lush and green is ok. The soil must be very fertile there.

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    1. We add lots of homegrown compost from our compost bin.

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  2. You make good use of the cooking oil pouches.🙂

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    1. Thank you, Sue. It just a little effort on recycling used product.

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  3. Dearest Endah,
    Can almost hear things growing in your fertile garden!
    Love all varieties of Clerodendrum, they are very productive.
    We too have Elephant ear growing here, it can become huge.
    Enjoy it and yes, it is hard work for keeping a fast growing fertile garden tidy all the time.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  4. Your healthy garden is impressive. Enjoy the bounty!

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  5. I really like how you pack in so many plants into the backyard. Very good use of space especially the climbers. The oil pouches are very well used too. Happy gardening, Endah Murniyati!

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  6. Endah,
    so many plants in your backyard! Green been, onion, hot chilies, zinnia..You are very hardworking woman.
    Good luck!

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