The Kitchen Garden









Click on each image below for the creation and evolution of my ever changing kitchen garden...















2012:  Garlic and Basil
2012:  Chinese Red Noodle Bean
2012:  Malabar Spinach

35 comments:

  1. I have to tweak my roof safety systems before I actually out a little herb garden there. I must say, you've done a fantastic job in this garden.

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  2. You have a very beautiful and growing garden. Don't let it go to waste. My friend hired a garden maintenance in Perth, and her garden is now a head-turner.

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  3. I've never seen Malabar Spinach growing [ though I bought the Seeds 2 years in a row --and did not get chance to grow [ er... uumm... room to grow, I mean! LOL]

    What a BEAUTIFUL PLANT!

    Are the slender purple "PODS" edible?
    Do they dry well for decoration?
    Are they the actual FLOWER?

    Thanks~
    Holly

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  4. More and more people these days are starting their very own edible garden yours is so pretty wish I could also have an edible garden as beautiful as yours. We just had our monument retaining walls done and for our next project we will start our very own edible garden.

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  5. Nice garden! My mom and I love fruits and vegetables so much, we decided to start planting them in our garden. But the problem is, our backyard's still a bit messed up because we haven't had our brick wall repaired. Hopefully we could have it fixed immediately so we could start planting now!

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  6. Once we have a new house, I'll have an herb and vegetable garden just like this one. It looks so serene and colorful!

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  7. Just look at that garden! I'm sure it's hard to maintain, even if you had all the latest tools to use; either way, it's just so nice to see all those vegetables growing in the background.

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  8. That's definitely a tough garden maintenance project. I'd probably need a lot of gardening tools just to keep it steady like this.

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  9. I am also improving my kitchen garden and I admit there are still changes needed for it to accommodate more vegetable plants. I would be happy if my kitchen garden will look like this one, it’s very organized.

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  10. I thought the Malabar Spinach is the same with Chinese Red Noodle Bean because of the violet strings. Oh, I'm now wondering why I decided to keep the masonry structure of my garden, I should have added more screens for the vines for these beans.

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  11. It looks like the garden is well managed. The leaves of the vegetables are greenier than green. It's really fun to have a mini garden like this where you can get your ingredients for your foods.

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  12. Nice garden! My mom and I love fruits and vegetables so much, we decided to start planting them in our garden.

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  13. There is nothing more charming than developing your own crisp vegetables, products of the soil in your garden. Kitchen gardening is exceptionally a wonderful work that can keep you possessed in accomplishing something beneficial.

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  14. I actually have a little garden in my kitchen. My windowsill is fairly large, so I use it to grow some of my favorite herbs. It doesn't get enough natural light in the winter, so I got two small fluorescent bulbs to use as grow lights and they work really well. So now I have fresh herbs all year round!

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  15. Beautiful garden.I also want to a kitchen garden where I will make some necessary vagetable...Thank you for sharing your garden picture.

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  16. My kitchen garden is actually in my basement under artificial lighting. I just don't live in a climate very conducive to growing outdoors.

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  20. Love that picture of the garlic. I'd love to grow some garlic in my garden next year.

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