Sakura-cherries, snap peas, onions, and garlic…

 

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I had planted two sakura-cherry trees years ago…
One tree had been giving fruits for the past three years or so, while the other tree is still fruitless…

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The cherries are just about one centimeter across, not too big…
But they taste pretty good…

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We have been chewing on these delicious snap peas for weeks now…
They are yes, as the name says, ‘snappy’, and quite sweet…

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Just for the fun of it, I let some of them matured…
And hmmm, the peas inside formed beautifully, giving me another photo shooting opportunity…

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For most of my attempts at growing red onions, the harvests almost always turn out to be ‘shallots’…
Still, ‘under-nourished’ as they are, we relish eating them…

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And almost the same story with garlic…
Of this bunch, the one on the left has a respectable size…
But the rest of the bunch, ooh, mini-mini ones they are…

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About Lrong

Gardening, I adore... Photography, I cherish... Scuba diving, I fancy... Shakuhachi, I relish... and barefoot walking, I revel in...
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8 Responses to Sakura-cherries, snap peas, onions, and garlic…

  1. malar says:

    The cherries look so juicy! Snap pea shall taste so good! I hope you can harvest more good size onion and garlic! 😉

  2. Autumn Belle says:

    Seeing your lovely produce makes me wanna grow more edibles in my garden 🙂

  3. Robbie says:

    I agree with above your photos do inspire us all to grow more edibles:-) I stopped by today and was wondering how you were doing:-) I planted the seed you sent me and I am really excited it germinated really well, I just don’t know what it will look like until it gets here, but it germinated perfectly! You collected good seed + I am so grateful:-)
    My snow peas were eaten by all the finches. My husband feeds the birds, and they are attracted to our yard and I guess I can’t grow my snow peas near their feeder , they nibbled them all down!

    • Lrong says:

      Hi Robbie, I am very happy to hear that the seeds germinated well… on my side, the moroheya are doing quite well… as for the snow peas, luckily for me, the birds do not give me such problems… but I think covering the plants with a net would prevent the birds from coming…

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