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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Being artistic with potted vegetables.

 vegetable in pots

vegetable in pots

Today, I want to show the artistic side
of growing vegetables.




bangchik and kakdah

15 comments:

  1. Stopping by from A Diva's Garden. I love your container vegetable garden. I'm going to try a few herbs in pots this year. I hope I'm as lucky as you!

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  2. those pak choy look fantastic! Just that the arrangement scares me a bit, be sure to be careful not to knock them over :)

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  3. Enjoyed your artistic arrangement of potted plants!

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  4. rmgales
    Thanks for stopping by. Container gardening is very flexible..., you can even take them along, on vacation.

    mahfudz mn
    It's only two of us, so it's alright. The eldest will come over early June, with three of hers. By then we have to do a different arrangement.., on the floor.

    Rebecca @ In The Garden
    Vegetables can be treated as ornamental as well...., for gardeners to play around with a bit of creativity.

    Theanne and Baron
    Thanks, If we are tired of that arrangement we can always come up with another one.... that's the kind of flexibility container gardening can offer..

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  5. SO healthy looking pak choy! You have arrange them so well! It look like decoration pot!

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  6. Beautiful photos!! Everything looks so green and healthy!!

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  7. Malar
    When you still have small children. decorative vegetable pots can be placed somewhere safer...

    ~Holly~
    Thanks.., careful photographing can exclude some ugly patches... aha.

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  8. The leafy veggies look tasty...

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  9. ~Lrong
    They are tasty indeed. Today Kakdah cut 5 of them, three for kakdah's fried menu, and the other two for fiza, our front neighbour.

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  10. Can they grow well in these small pots? Or will you transplant them to else where later?

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  11. ~milka
    They are alright in such pots..., Kakdah wants them cute, fresh and tender not the kingsize kind of pakchoy.... She harvest them early.., one after another.

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  12. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog.

    I love your idea of all of the vegetables in little pots. We have them interspersed with flowers in a raised bed on our deck.

    Yes, you CAN be artistic with vegetables!

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  13. Cathy and Steve
    When space is limited, having vegetables in pots is so flexible. Door steps, railings, in fact anywhere... or morning here and afternoon there. Garden is an outlet for creative energy, vegetables too.. :)

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  14. Very creative indeed, green and lovely

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