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Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Greetings From My Garden

It rained the previous night and the grass was still wet from the rain when we woke up this morning.
 Sunrise at 7:00 am.
The ground was wet from the previous night's rain and I only need to water the plants that are under shade and were not watered by the rain. I would like to show the progress of some of my plants in my garden.
 Bitter melon or bitter gourd plants are climbing higher.
 My angled loofah plants are also growing very well and there are signs of flower buds.
 The red okra plants are growing bigger and starting to bear fruits.
 2 of the Purple Jordan fig plants.
 My purple custard apples. I almost gave up on this plant.
The plant started to bear fruits just before I could discard the plant. 
 These orange firecracker flowers add colour to my garden.
The first of the multi layer petals yellow hibiscus blooms.
More buds are appearing, expecting more flowers in the days to come.


For the free gift of eternal salvation is now being offered to everyone;
and along with this gift comes the realization that God wants us to turn from godless
living and sinful pleasures and to live good, God-fearing lives day after day,
looking forward to that wonderful time we've been expecting, when his glory
shall be seen - the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ.
(Titus 2:11-13, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Your plants are doing well! Its been a long time since I ate a custard apple (buah nona) and I remember that it is very creamy.

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    1. I like custard apple very much. I used to buy from the pasar malam stall. They are sweet and creamy.

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  2. I love to eat custard apples. it is wonderful that you didn't discard the plant.

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  3. ...Nancy, you have an amazing garden, it's always nice to see it.

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  4. You have really green fingers. Everything grows. Usually when you plant to throw something away, it started to grow. Lol. Like your purple custard apple plant. I never see an actual custard apple plant.

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    1. I planted the green one before. Now trying this purple one.

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  5. You have an amazing green thumb, Nancy. Beautiful.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, my friend. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee for hosting. Happy weekend!

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  6. Your garden is just really beautiful. We had some rain yesterday and hope our garden starts to bloom soon. The purple custard apples are really neat looking. Glad they were able to make a turn around. Thanks for the share. Have a great day.
    World of Animals

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  7. Gorgeous fluffy Hibiscus. But I think these lovely Bitter Melon leaves are my favorite.

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  8. Todo está precioso. La fruta no la conozco. Un beso.

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  9. Nancy, your garden is great.
    The amazing custard apples are amazing.
    This is the first time I see such fruits.
    Greetings.
    Lucja

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  10. Your garden is amazing! I have never seen custard apples before...how exotic!

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    1. Seldom found in wet markets and supermarkets.

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  11. I have never seen custard apples interesting fruit. Take care Diane

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    1. It is a tropical fruit and the fruit gets really soft when it is ripe.

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  12. Aquí estamos en primavera y después de meses de sequía, hemos tenido unos meses de lluvia. Las plantas con la lluvia que ha caído han tomado nueva vida.

    Tienen unas plantas muy bien cuidadas.

    Besos

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  13. Hi Nancy's Garden! Long time no see...

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  14. Your garden is growing well, and I love the colour of the firecrackers.
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  15. Nancy, what the heck are purple custard apples? I've never seen these.
    See ya my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Its one of our local fruits. Soft, sweet and creamy.

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  16. Some beautiful plants here...the flowers are beautiful, but some of the leaves to the others are just about as pretty.

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  17. I don't think i have eaten custard apples before

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    1. These are not easily found nor sold in wet markets or supermarkets. I used to buy from the pasar malam stall.

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  18. Everyone's happy and thriving in Nancy's Garden. :)

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    1. Lol! Not everything is thriving, some said bye2 to me. Sobs.

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  19. Such healthy looking plants, wow! I have to have flowers outside because I usually kill them inside:( I appreciate you linking up to make My Corner of the World a success!

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    1. Thank you, Betty. Its true, my plants do better when they are outside.

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