How my garden looks now. My pigeon pea plants (kadyos) are growing nicely at the back garden. I planted a lone avocado seed in a pot two months ago, it is now more than a foot tall. Since I don’t have anymore space to plant another avocado tree, maybe I’ll just send it to the province.
The sun is peeking in amidst the lush blue ternatea vines.
My mulberry tree is as tall as I am now. Jom, our neighbor gave it as a twig a few months ago.
And the bleeding hearts are blooming again. I have to trim some branches because they are climbing my jackfruit tree.
More flowers…my blue ternatea. Gonna make tea drinks out of these later.
My lone okra which was left from the previous planting.
Taro leaves…anyone? They are so tall and robust.
Gardening is such a joy when you see those blooms. They make you smile.
It’s been a while since I took pictures of our garden. Last weekend, we had the roof and the perimeter fence repainted and the two painters left extra paint so I retouched our grotto and our concrete garden set. Then I noticed this, my Amazon lily is in bloom again. Can’t wait to see the white scented blooms.
The only flowers growing here now are my crossandra, bleeding hearts, pink angel flowers and my shrimp plants. The two jackfruit trees are laden with fruits though.
Two weeks ago, Josef and I chanced upon some fresh Basil at Pasig market, tried planting a small shoot, I was surprised it is pleasantly thriving.
You’ll probably think these are variegated oregano but they’re not. One of the painters we hired last weekend accidentally dropped a small can of paint while retouching our roof, short of cutting all the leaves with the paint smear, I’ll just wait for it to grow again. I have plenty of them behind the house anyway.
I’ve missed taking pics and these are my latest shots.
I haven’t seen these flowers for a number of years but when we removed the invasive African rose in our garden a few months ago, I noticed this vine growing from a pot in a corner. I love these tiny blooms, they make the garden colorful. Lamprocapnos spectabilis, that’s what they are called but don’t you think the common name Bleeding Heart is more lovely?