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Monday, July 16, 2012

Companion planting

Plants have a community of their own, 
growing side by side, 
helping one another.



kangkung, basil, tricolour amaranth,  and winged beans


bangchik and kakdah
pasir gudang johor

6 comments:

  1. they all look lovely and healthy

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    1. Raining is almost daily happening here. So plants just grow

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  2. With the single photo only in one post, i can see you're very busy. I just fully harvested my upland kangkong from the two pots outside my 5th floor window. I am the only one with plants near the aircon ledge, haha! I also have ampalaya in the pot with a cholesterol plant. I get the leaves to go with mungo seeds, but now it has a fruit so i can't get the leaves. A gardener is always a gardener no matter where you put him!

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    1. Andrea.... days seemed to be longer when we were young.... haha... Companion planting helps when we are busy. It still looks alright even when the plants are not well looked after. I agree a gardener will always be a gardener, and you can tell that when he/she visits someone else gardens. They eyes of a gardener will sparkle as he walks around garden.

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