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Monday, 25 February 2019

Warm Greetings From My Garden

Warm greetings from my garden! 
I have tidied and rearranged my garden to make it easier to manage. I just want to enjoy the garden and not let it be a burden to me. A friend happily adopted all the plants that I wanted to give away. Now there is more space to grow more edibles. The following are some of the plants doing well in my garden in spite of the hot weather.
Orange Crossandra or Orange Firecrackers
 It seems to enjoy the hot weather.
 The hot weather is also suitable for chili plants.
This one grew from the discarded dried chili seeds
Another one from the dried chili seed.
The chilies are long and slim.
Ripening.
A long red chili.
Growing beside the long chili plant is this plant with short chilies.
The long chili hangs down while the short one points upwards.
 Chilies are first fruits while the eggplant is the last fruit from an old plant.
 I also harvest these remaining spring onions which I planted for the Chinese New Year cooking.
Didn't want them to grow too old.
 This hibiscus plant also enjoys the hot weather.
 It has been blooming non-stop.
 Evening sky 
Setting sun
Glow from the setting sun.
That is all for today, see you tomorrow!
Have a fun and happy new week!

Don't hide your light!

Let it shine for all; let your good deeds glow for all to see,

so that they will praise your heavenly Father.

(Matthew 5:15-16, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. So is this a complete tour? Did you save anything else? They all look so yummy or pretty!

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    1. These are just some of the plants that are fruiting or flowering.

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  2. ...Nancy, you seem to grow EVERYTHING in your garden!

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    1. Just whatever I can grow because its my hobby.

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  3. That was one long chilli. Lovely garden. Nice to arrange the plants. I must get mine started soon. Weed started to grow again.

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    1. Can never get rid of the weeds, an ongoing job!

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  4. wow You are already harvesting some produce from your own garden!!

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  5. So beautiful! I'm eagerly waiting for the hot weather.

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  6. Long time I didn't visit your blooming garden..

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  7. Wow. I am sure you are not gardening in Colorado. The snow covers the ground here. Then only plants I am growing are the house plants and I have a hard time attending to the the few that I have.
    You have nice healthy plants and great-looking harvests.

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  8. Lovely to see all your flowers and produce, and the pretty skies!

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  9. Good to see your garden is now as you wish. True, gardening should not be a burden.

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    1. Thank you, Mun! Now I have downsized my garden and easier to manage.

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  10. Whar a lovely garden, I'm planning to start a smalk one on my balcony☺

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    1. A small one on the balcony will be nice and easily manageable.

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  11. The orange firecrackers look nice, good that you are enjoying your garden, you have a good week ahead too

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  12. Esta todo muy lindo. Feliz semana.

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  13. Your chili plants are doing so well and so is the lovely yellow hibiscus. The weather is unbearably hot these days!

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  14. You certainly have green fingers, love your garden and great skies as well. Have a good week Diane

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  15. Nice to grow your own food, it tastes so much better. We have just planned our garden and hope to grow more vegetables and herbs.

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    1. Looking forward to see your vegetables and herbs.

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  16. it look like you growing everything in ur garden
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  17. A good idea to re-arrange your garden space so that you can grow more edibles. Very impressive what you already grow in your hot climate. My husband wants to buy some eggplant seeds which we have never grown. We can grow them in the covered yard/conservatory. I shall be watching your blog to get some gardening tips! Your friend will benefit from your kind donation of plants.

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    1. Thank you, dear! I have just sowed some seeds. Waiting to transplant some of the bigger seedlings into bigger pots.

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  18. Those Orange Crossandra or Orange Firecrackers are very beautiful Nancy. The red peppers, are they really hot or just calm? See ya my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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  19. I love your garden. I love your food. I love your trips. You've a wonderful life.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  20. It is great that you are able to grow so much of your own produce.

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    1. Thank you, David! Just growing a bit for 2 people.

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  21. Nancy, your garden is like a botanical garden.
    Beautiful peppers and flowers.
    Greetings.

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    1. Thank you, Lucja! Actually it is quite a small garden.

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  22. You have a very beautiful garden!

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  23. How lovely, Nancy. It must be so sweet to eat the fresh veg.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. They taste so much better! Thank you, Amalia!

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  24. The fruit of the plant grown from dried chilli seeds look like... dried chillies hehe.

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    1. Lol! Yes, long and thin chilies of the same specie.

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