About three weeks ago, I removed the branches of our guava tree because it has dried it. All that was left was the main trunk which I cut a little too low. I thought it was going to die but imagine my surprise when I saw new leaves atop the main trunk and they look so healthy.
I guess I have to wait a little while before it produces fruits again. Our two jackfruit trees are showing off. I counted the fruits all in various stages of growth, fifteen in all. Who knows, it might still bear fruits in the coming days. I took some shots of them.
A few more days and one is ready for harvest. When you are blessed, you truly are.
Finally, finally I’m done with my monthly ritual of trimming the carabao grass. It’s a good thing that for the past two days, the afternoons were breezy. Just right for gardening.
The rocks behind and in front of this very small Mayana stem used to be a design of a long rectangular flat pot for my Bonsai Juniper but after only about three years, it died on me. I don’t know how to take care of Bonsai plants. Even the Bonsai Tamarind which the landscape gardener put in a corner of the garden died too after one or two fruiting season. Maybe they really need special care that I don’t know about.
Our compost pit is now ready for use. The lower part is just right to use for planting, the leaves and veggie peelings have turned into a rich soil. Since I don’t have extra pots for my remaining …
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It’s a lovely Tuesday morning. The sun is out and it’s shining bright. Perfect time to visit the garden.
I recently bought some Mayana plant, Marigold and a pot of blue Hydrangea. I used to grow the latter several years ago in different colors but they died because of too much heat. Now I placed it in a partial shade.
I just love the color of this Hydrangea. I wish I could propagate more. Re-learning how to nurture it. No direct sunlight for this one. Just like the Marigold and Mayana, it is susceptible to heat.
I replanted the eggplant seedlings in more pots near my two mulberries. To see those germinated seeds growing. Even my bottle gourds are starting to climb the permanent trellis we have at the back of the house.