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    From My Garden

    I hope more forummers will share photos taken from their garden here. It would be interesting to share what's growing in each of our garden. Here are mine:

    A purple Ruellia


    A pink Amaryllis


    A white Orchid


    A ladyfinger bloom

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    RP, thanks for sharing. Will look into my garden later.

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    RP.... i loooove the last one.. It is soooo sharp and the middle just pops out at you. nice
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    Thanks, L-O-L. It's spring now for you. So what is growing there?

    Naka, I look forward to visiting your garden virtually.

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    nice refreshing series.. :P i seldom photograph flowers anymore...

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    OK, I have been working on my garden for a few months and it is about 80% completed. So, here is a snapshot of it. Hopefully I can finish everything by August or September. The fu kwai faa has no flowers because I just pruned it. Usually they are full of red flowers as well as the roses. When they are blooming again, I will take another picture.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RolyPoly
    Thanks, L-O-L. It's spring now for you. So what is growing there?
    Ok RP Here they are ...

    Grapes in April 2010

    Then today...


    One lonely fig


    Squash (today)


    Aprium


    Asian Pear


    and pomegranate


    Unfortunately, the Apriums have not been growing very well. They are rather small. Slightly better this year tho, but after this season ends, we should cut the branches down and hopefully it will be better next year.
    There is a 'mandarin' tree as well but since i came here, i've never seen it bear fruit. The pomegranate tree is new. There is also a persimmon tree that looks pathetic at the moment. I think the darn dogs' pee is too toxic for the yard. Even grass isnt growing. There are loads of tomato plants as well but they havent started to fruit yet. Only a few flowers popping up now. Oh.. some some chili (mexican type) plants too. Those are all still young. Should hv something in about 2mths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lady-o-leisure
    Ok RP Here they are ...

    ..

    Unfortunately, the Apriums have not been growing very well. They are rather small. Slightly better this year tho, but after this season ends, we should cut the branches down and hopefully it will be better next year.
    There is a 'mandarin' tree as well but since i came here, i've never seen it bear fruit. The pomegranate tree is new. There is also a persimmon tree that looks pathetic at the moment. I think the darn dogs' pee is too toxic for the yard. Even grass isnt growing. There are loads of tomato plants as well but they havent started to fruit yet. Only a few flowers popping up now. Oh.. some some chili (mexican type) plants too. Those are all still young. Should hv something in about 2mths.

    Wow, LOL, your land must be big...hobby farm kah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CS Chua
    OK, I have been working on my garden for a few months and it is about 80% completed. So, here is a snapshot of it. Hopefully I can finish everything by August or September. The fu kwai faa has no flowers because I just pruned it. Usually they are full of red flowers as well as the roses. When they are blooming again, I will take another picture.

    A reflexology pathway, thats cool!! Do you walk bare-footed on it, Chua? Heard that it is supposed to be therapeutic.

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    LOL, it's fascinating to see the different fruits & vegies that you have in your garden. They are so different than what we have here. I am glad I started this thread. At least I can visit your garden virtually and find out what's growing! Am I an armchair gardening enthusiast???

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    Can someone help? I am a dinosaur. How to download my photo here?

    I click the Mountain icon, but have to type the url. I don't think this is the correct way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Good Guy
    Can someone help? I am a dinosaur. How to download my photo here?

    I click the Mountain icon, but have to type the url. I don't think this is the correct way.
    Normally I upload the photos to:-

    http://photobucket.com./

    Then I copy the 4th Icon....IMG code and paste it here.

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    Ini macam
    [IMG] http://i401.photobucket. com/albums/pp99/majesticforest /DSC_1209. jpg [/IMG]

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    Aiyah! Don't know how.

    May I then invite you to my blog to view the little sunbird in my garden?

    http://blackandwhite999.blogspot.com...at-window.html

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    Aiyo! I tell you all.. i must be losing my eyesight big time. Almost everyday, i go out and look at the squash to see if they hv gotten any bigger, and suddenly today i saw this...


    So i freaked out OMG!!!!! then hubby comes.. and he goes OMG!!!!!!

    How on earth could we hv missed this?? I really dont understand.


    Well.. all the rest are only like 3" long at the moment. This is the only large oversize squash. Oh i just weighed it, and it weighs 1.25kg. Aiya! Looks like u all can guess what's for dinner tonight.
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