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Wednesday, 18 May 2022

From My Garden

For a change, I won't be posting food today. I want to share some photos from my garden.

Aglaonema Pink Lady.
Aloe Vera flower.
Looks like asparagus shoot.
Aloe Vera flowers.
Baby diakon or white radish.
This photo was taken in the evening when the sun was setting.
Looking forward to harvest some of the diakons.
Goji berries or wolf berries plant growing in a pot.
This photo was also taken in the evening.
Yellow hibiscus with multi layer petals.
Big deep yellow or orangey hibiscus - single layer petals.
Don't know what happened to cause the curling of the petals.
Harvest 1 big white bitter gourd and 1 small white bitter gourd from my garden. I will be using the bitter gourd to cook with beef. Will share in another post.


And those who are peacemakers will plant seeds of peace
and reap a harvest of goodness.
(James 3:18, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. The flowers and other plants in your garden are beautiful. I have never seen bitter gourds over here. Have a great day, take care, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hugs. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Wow, this is plain beauti- and wonderful!

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  3. I enjoy eating daikon leaves, bitter but nice. My missus cooks daikon very often, she likes it, follow the Koreans.

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    1. I haven't tried daikon leaves. I love daikon too but I don't know how to appreciate Korean food.

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  4. You are truly an excellent gardener, Nancy. I really love the homegrown bitter gourds.

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  5. Your garden looks very beautiful, Nancy, a fitting reward for all your hard work.

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  6. I have few aloe Vera in my garden but never grow flowers. I didn't even know they have flower. Hehe.

    Your garden is so fruitful, so beautiful, so nice to grow own vegetables.

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  7. Thanks for sharing the beauty of your garden. The goji berries plant growing in a pot - that's interesting!

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    1. I am waiting for the goji berries to appear. Hope I don't have to wait too long.

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  8. I love your garden and you have a wonderful green thumb.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  9. Great pics from your garden. I love the Pink Lady plant.

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  10. Wow what a plant to have in your home. The Aglaonema Pink Lady is so great.


    Cruisin Paul

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  11. You truly are an inspiration. I wish I could garden like you, but my arthritis won't let me. You have such a beautiful garden.

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    1. I was telling my hubby that I will continue to enjoy my gardening as long as I am able to. Making the most of the time that I have.

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  12. I have this exact same Pink Lady!

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  13. Your Garden is really lovely, providing you with fresh vegetables. Would you be planting new vegetables that you haven't planted before?

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    1. That will depends on the seeds that are available.

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  14. Your garden is always impressive. The hibiscus flower looks like the edges of the petals have been burned by the sun, but that doesn't seem likely. Maybe there is a bug doing this?

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. I am still trying to find the cause.

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  15. Bella flores, te mando un beso.

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  16. All looking good except the hibiscus.

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  17. I didn't know that aloe vera can flower!

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    1. They do. I have seen them flower a few times.

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  18. Wow what a bountiful harvest and garden

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  19. Lovely photos of plants and flowers. We had aloe vera, but I don't remember seeing any of its flowers.

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    1. Hopefully, you will get to see the aloe vera flowers.

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  20. Nice plants and flowers in your area. I enjoyed having the lilacs blooming. I'm able to finally make comments on blogs again. An issue I had help with to get it figured out. 🙃 I have read some of your posts though. God bless.
    Becky

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    1. Thank you, Becky. Glad you are able to leave comments on our blogs again. Yay! God bless you and family too.

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  21. Todo se ve precioso. Besos.

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