Away for a week!

On vacation, again! With all hopes on my maid and a thousand instructions given to her, wishing all my plants stay alive and fresh when I am back.

 

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The last warrior!

So, all but one of my Strawberry plants are down. Some of them have been my mistakes, some due to the placement of the plants in Chennai heat. The last one here is currently surviving the heat. I am not sure how well it will endure 106 F weather. It is only matter of time!

 

More about Hydrangea – my new love!

Did you know that Hydrangea flowers never dry up? Well, at least most never! I have always seen them in bloom, so never really looked them up close. The flowers turn to almost green, so looking at them from a distance, they won’t look exactly like flowers!

Saves you the time to prune old flowers 🙂

PS: My plant is placed where it gets utmost 1 hour of late afternoon sun. I have a good feeling that it likes where it is placed.

Easy plants, easy life!

I may have been wrong about a million times, but when it comes to actually witnessing the outcomes of the right things, it is a treat! Okra (ladies Finger) and Radishes are by far the easiest growing plants in this season. I might have to confirm after actually checking the rest of the seasons. I am sowing the next batch of Radish today, as part of the sowing plan (So I will have Radish harvest every 15 days). Okra has begun showing up in 2 plants, although the plants look tiny!!

 

Radishes are almost ready to be harvested…

 

So a happy day begins! Happy gardening!

Fruits of hard work!

So I harvested couple of radishes and pomegranates this morning! I guess I should have waited a few more days for the radishes, I left a few more to be harvested later. If I can only harvest radishes every 45 days, I should change the sowing plan for radishes to every 15 days; that is, essentially, every sowing day from my sowing plan.

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