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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Our garden, a glimpse.

I normally post on specific plant, write about specific characteristic and behaviour. For a change, I display many plants here for a bigger glimpse. At least two of them are from seeds giveaways. Radish from gittan last year, and balsam from Malar this year. Bloggers and gardeners connect well botanically, in a way even green earth campaigner can't compete. Radish and okra are enjoying pampered environment in white polybag, bathed with automatic irrigation system.

radish: seeds from Gittan, blogger friend

a row of radish
  I could have put more radish in each bag.

Okra /lady's fingers/ bendi : flowering & fruiting































exotic climber: red bud



exotic climber





balsam flowering: seeds from a blogger friend Malar.

bangchik and kakdah
Tanah Merah

12 comments:

  1. Wah! Bangchik you have such healthy plants and your balsams already blooming! Mine still growing, no sign of the flower buds yet.

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  2. Lovely... all are growing so well...

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  3. Bangchik...it always does my heart good to see your verdant garden...I so envy you the okra...LOL A little tiny package at my local grocery store costs almost $5.00 US. I won't buy it...it's mostly bruised and sad looking and often tough. And frozen only works in a soup...oh my! Enjoy your lovely produce and flowers!

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  4. Lovely! Your garden is inspiring and giving me hope that I will see radishes soon.

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  5. red Radish? They look so promising!
    Glad to see your balsam flowering!
    All your plants look so healthy!

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  6. Red radish is not common to see here. Wonder how to cook them? Eat raw? I think they are so cute, feel so 'sayang' to harvest them,ha..

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  7. You seem to have seeds from all over the world growing beautifully. It's not always the case. Some seeds turn into bird food. You have done a great job.

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  8. Your plants are all so healthy and lush. Your radish are looking great! My plants are not so good now, too much rain!

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  9. Interesting to see your balsam. We have a pink flowered balsam which grows near river banks here. The seed pods are such fun , when they are ripe they explode when you touch them! Are yours the same?

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  10. Wow, the plants look very healthy and growing well. So nice to see!

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  11. Those balsams are so pretty! Posted the seeds today. Hope you get it soon.

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