Tuesday, October 15, 2013


Last week so many vegetables that I got from my garden.
Windy days along the week.
Hot and dry weather made the plants drought.
I should to watering twice a day, I must not be late.

And the kara beans were so plentiful, I got pod and the young leaves for the greens.

   The sweet corn patch was already starting the harvesting stage.

Curly red hot chilly pepper began to redden. 
I picked that from terrace garden.

Cauliflower patch  look so prolific.
But actually there were green worms (Plutella xylostella)  attack. 
So I harvested it earlier, before they destroyed my cauliflower patch.

Various of tomatoes were ripe.
And I got a cluster of big tomatoes from the old plant, the last fruits I think.

Leunca or night shade berry (Solanum nigrum) were started their fruiting stage.

There were so many greens from my terrace garden.
Lettuce, green cabbage, mustard, celery, chives and amaranth were harvested repeatedly.

I hope next week I will get more, although the weather still dry, hot and windy.


  1. You can always do something about it being too dry but not much to do if it is too wet. You have harvested some nice vegetables, those peppers look HOT!

  2. Yes, I usually find a lot of trouble on the wet or rainy season. So many barrier and interference make me must be work harder on that season. Of course, the peppers are very very hot! But so many Indonesian dishes use this pepper. You should know that Indonesian peoples really love hot dishes.

  3. Hi, Endah!
    Your vegetables are wonderful, it seems I can taste them!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog,

    1. Thank you Nazedza. Welcome to my blog. Have a nice day.

  4. Hej Endah, great to have your own vegetablegarden. It looks wonderful.
    Have a nice day,

  5. Hi Willy welcome back again. Nice to find you again. Have a nice day too

  6. I'm very impressed with your harvest! Everything looks delicious. Especially your cauliflower, which I can not seem to grow! I'm also impressed that you can grow corn and cauliflower, tomatoes and lettuce, and peas and peppers at the same time. Here, we have to plant different things throughout the year as it gets too hot for a lot of vegetables. How wonderful to have such abundance!

    1. Maybe I'm lucky, I live in tropical area, with a lot of boon from God. We can grow crops through out the year on our home garden. Welcome to my blog, and thanks you be my new follower.