Monthly Archives: January 2012

Winter tomatoes…

Hmm, tomatoes… lovely fruit, isn’t it? Native to South America, where they are grown as perrenials… Imagine, tomatoes as perennials… how nice it is to be just harvesting and harvesting the fruits year after year without having to grow them … Continue reading

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Clearing granite stones from the garden Part 2

This is actually the second part of a post I did here… Our property is partially situated along a gradual slope…  When the developers opened up this place more than three decades ago, they probably brought in loads of granite … Continue reading

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The powers of purple corn…

Harvested about 7 ears of purple corn a few days ago… Yes, seven teeny weeny corns…  It is a big achievement for me as the previous crop was destroyed by a typhoon…  These plants were grown from the last of … Continue reading

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