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Saturday, 3 August 2019

Updates From My Garden

From early morning, the sky was overcast. I can still see the sun rising up from behind the trees.
Morning walkers at the park - 7:20 am
 Can you see the many walkers on the other side of the lake?
 My path was blocked by this dog so I will have to go to the right.
 I made some sound to attract its attention.
This dog could be waiting for its owner.
 Back home, I was watering my plants when this little butterfly or moth came to settle on one of the pandan or screwpine leaves. 
 This photo of my air plant was taken about a year ago.
It was flowering at that time.
 Since then, my air plant has multiplied from one to two plant.
 When I checked my air plant recently, I noticed the new plant has flowered.
 I managed to see the flower just before it withered.
 Here are some of the figs in my garden and found that one has dropped before it was fully ripe.
Don't know why it dropped.
And this half ripe fig was eaten by something.
I did find one that is ripe enough to be harvested and eaten.
On a happier note, I harvested the above from my garden.
White and purple eggplants, angled luffa and snake beans.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

If he sows to please his own wrong desires,
he will be planting seeds of evil and
he will surely reap a harvest of spiritual decay and death;
but if he plants the good things of the Spirit,
he will reap the everlasting life that the Holy Spirit gives him.
(Galatians 6:8, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. Cute doggie. Seldom see white colour moth.

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  2. Hello, looks like a nice place for a walk and to see the sunrise. The dog is cute, must have gotten tired from his walk. Your airplant is pretty. Nice harvest, I love eggplant. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thank for your visit and comment on my blog.

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  3. Beatiful nature 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊 have a nice day...

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  4. wow, your angled luffa is quite fat - so tasty! do you need to water your air plant? my friend's air plants didn't manage to survive. they always dry up.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. When I water my plants, I will shower some water on the air plant and it will drip dry. So far so good.

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  5. ...you garden is like a mini farm!

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    1. Ha ha ha....yes I am enjoying my mini, mini farm!

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  6. Morning walk in such a great surroundings is a great way to start the new day. Your airplant is very interesting!

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  7. Nice flowers and good things to eat from the same garden, what a blessing!

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  8. Your garden is doing well. Our air plant that we had in South Africa never flowered :-( Keep well Diane

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    1. I almost missed seeing the flowers this time.

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  9. What a coincidence, we are going fig tree hunting today. I have never seen an air plant with these colors! Only green ones. Amazing. Do you keep yours outside?

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    1. My air plant seems to change colour when it is flowering and turns back to green when not flowering.

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  10. It is good to see so many people out and about early in the morning getting some exercise.

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    1. Morning is the best time when the air is fresh and cool.

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  11. Oh my! Figs are just about my favorite fruit and I haven't had one in years! I think I'll try to find some in one of our stores! Love seeing the walkers and cute dog too!

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  12. Me encanta ver tus cosechas, el higo se ve bueno. Feliz domingo.

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  13. I love that second shot of the sun...it does appear to be a popular place to walk. I like that air plant...it is unique.

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  14. Oh very interesting plants darling
    xx

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  15. That plant is very unusual but I enjoyed it because it was differnt. See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  16. Seems that figs are much fussier than those other produce in the last photo!

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    1. Figs are easy to grow but birds love figs too. I know it is birds because this morning I see the birds eating my fig with my own eyes!

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  17. That's a lovely pic of the rising sun peeking through the clouds.

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