Saturday, November 19, 2016

Edible Garden Update

After several months of watering and weeding (when I feel like it), my bottle gourd vine finally bore fruit, I mean, vegetable.

I planted the seed from kitchen scraps a few months ago. The vine grew so long that it has reached the second floor balcony of our house. This is the first time that I planted something that actually bore fruit. Everything else were not fruit bearing like the lettuce I grew in water and this kangkong I grew on soil.
Kangkong plant I planted months ago. I already "harvested" and put them in several dishes I cooked.

Now, I realized that I have a green thumb after all. If I'll be blessed with a bigger garden, I'll grow more vegetables and fruit bearing trees from kitchen scraps. My garden will be so amazing with all the greens and colors of these edible plants. 
I hope that other people will be inspired too to use their kitchen scraps and plant them. Even a small soiled space will do. These will be good for our environment and for our pockets too. 

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