tapioca; strip down to the trunk.
chunks of banana cuttings; leaves and stems
the old winged beans has to go. All piled up.
A month and a half absence is quite long for a garden. We took out the electric mower and walked thr ough the knee high grass and strip them down. Too many banana plants, therefore I cut off a few, chopped and piled them up. Tapioca plant got blown by wind, and kissed the ground and that has to go as well. Winged beans getting too old, and I let it go.
Kakdah was busy herself with her hanging garden. Yeop, our eldest son forgot to water them throughout our absence, and you can imagine the state of the plants having to survive on water vapour and dew!!
We were discussing about the next crop taking into consideration crop rotation and the weather... huh, it is going to be tough playing and gardening when rain falls everyday!