Our parents have visited us here in Bangkok more than two months ago. The first thing my papa noticed was that we were not planting much vegetables on our garden.
This lady fingers veggie which we call “okra” in our native tongue has been planted by my sister when she came.
Ops! I think we will have okra for breakfast in two days?
This sweet potato has also been planted by my sister when she visited us before our parents’ visit, but they had to be transplanted. Papa thinks they are not getting enough sunlight. Now they are as healthy as ever!
These tomatoes have been planted by my parents. Both hubby and I did not know that we had to boil water and pour it on the soil before planting tomatoes. No wonder it has been impossible to grow them. We missed this very important procedure. I can’t wait ’til we will harvest our own tomatoes from our garden!
More green leafy veggies! (Malabar night shade and Water spinach)
Our lunch for today! Monggo beans with the green leafy veggies from our garden. Yes, we are going green… and healthy! We have to buy one of those composters so that we could make a compost out of the leaves that we rake from our little garden!