Thursday, July 25, 2019


Finding this beautiful thing this morning... 
A beautiful begonia that growing so lush in a little pot on our roof garden.
As I remember, that I have never grown a kind of begonia like this.
There are several varieties of begonia in our home garden.
We have lots of self seedling begonias that grow wildly on so many place in our home garden.
On the ground, Pot, brick wall, stone wall, path way, raised bed, and many more...
It might be 

Wednesday, July 24, 2019


This one from two varieties of rose that blooming this week.
Love the color...

Thursday, July 11, 2019


Yesterday, I backed home and found something on my husband shoe on the porch.

A cracked pomegranate fruit have fallen on to the ground.
Then broken...

The fruit might be have already ripen.
Some reddish seeds were scattered around the pathway.

Not sure about the taste of the fruit.
We have never found a good ripen fruit, always cracked.
Hoping next we can find better ripen fruits.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019


On Sunday I found a huge mushroom on the compost heap in our backyard.
Wow ... so big...

It seem like a Termitomyces... an edible mushroom that live symbiotic with a kind of termite.

This mushroom was growing on the decomposed paper.

Mostly it's found on the ruin of wooden material on the soil that rich of organic material, especially wood.

The spore have already mature...

It stuck strongly on the pile of decomposed paper.

Look... we still found some piece of paper on its root.
So exciting...

Thanks GOD for this special thing in our tiny garden.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019


This was our composting unit that I put it on the roof garden.

It seem like the unit never full enough time by time.
It might more than eight months, but haven't already full.
I thought that composting period in our area is about three months.

So... I harvested the compost, and sorted it into fine compost and rough compost.

These were our fine compost...
Then we added it on to the pots on the roof garden. 

And we put into the composting unit the rough materials, and keep them continuing the composting process.