Saturday, 10 August 2013

On Backyard Harvest: Part 2

On my previous post here, I was able to share to you our plant garden that was able to bear its fruits. The cucumber plant which I took photos of, we already harvested a number of times. The photo below is one of the many cucumbers we already harvested. We are amazed and delighted as to the hugeness of the cucumber. Our neighbors are happy too seeing how big the cucumber is. Some are asking for its seeds so that they can plant it in their own backyard. We also gave them some of our harvested fruits.


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Look at how big the cucumber is. I put it beside our oven toaster for your
better view of how huge it is.


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This is our tomato plant which we thought there's no chance of bearing a fruit.

Our tomato plant is revived by my husband since we thought it won't bear fruits anymore. It became dry and wilted. I don't know how my husband did it and it bear a number of fruits now. He's the greenest thumb I've ever met. So lucky to have him (hehehe). So far, we've been enjoying (a lot!) the fruits of our plant garden.  Thank you God for the bountiful harvest!

8 comments:

  1. Hello, I back read part 1 and now wondering whether the vegetable plants are planted on the ground or in big pots. I supposed the ground because of the size of the plant. I do enjoy gardening and I have one but I am not into cooking so none of those vegetable bearing ones. Maybe I will try since I do like to eat veggies.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by my blog Jonathan. The cucumber are planted directly to the ground. Same with the okras. The tomatoes are planted on big pots.

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  2. inggit ako!!!!!
    i have tried so many times to grow tomatoes pero lagi akong nauunahan ng evil insects!
    congrats!

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    1. Hi Ms. Maqui! Thanks for dropping by my page. It's an honor. Thanks! It's my hubby's labor of love... He really has a green thumb! I'm proud of him, hehehe.. Actually what I heard from him in order to prevent insects or aphids is to spray it with water that has soap..

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  3. ahem..i am of the recipients..thanks gurl and marlon

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  4. Ang galing! At least ito, you know that its authentic organic and safe :)

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    1. Yes! Masarap pa and fresh picked veggies makes the taste of the viand more delish and you would appreciate the taste too!

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