Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mountain sakura a-blooming…

Good morning from Calgary, Canada…Am now here, visiting the University of Calgary for some business…The temperature is minus one degree… not too bad although it snowed two days ago… Anyway, before leaving home last Sunday (25th), had the privilege to … Continue reading

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Cauliflower, the mini and the normal…

Am now actually transiting at Singapore Changi Airport, waiting for my flight to Osaka…Had spend a few days at Perth meeting up with some fine folks at the University of Western Australia… Here is a post that I did not … Continue reading

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Red ‘ume’ and three greens

Our two white Japanese ‘ume’ somehow bloom earlier than the red one…  The white is lovely, but hmm, in my humble opinion, the red is perhaps more radiant… no? Early spring sees the greens from autumn, bolting…  This specimen is … Continue reading

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The lone lemon, potatoes, spinach…

We bought the lemon tree seedling in April 2006…Five years later, it gave us the first fruit…Yes, the one and only precious, precious lemon…Other than the seeds, we used the whole lemon in our cooking… that is, the flesh and … Continue reading

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