Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Love Em Hot!

Love em chillies....nothing much to update on my small garden, because i was busy looking for a new place...found one,finally! with some space to start a small garden....hopefully i'll have the time to sow some more seeds after settling down at our new place..:)

For the time being, let's enjoy these photos at my uncle's place..he's retired and now working on his own garden growing chillies,oranges and some veggies...these chillies are taken from my cousin's facebook album.....didnt get the chance to visit his garden (or should i say orchard?) because we were rushing to go back to my grandmmother's hometown during Eid celebration last week.... :)







 red chillies :)




Harvest of the day....ready to be sold ..:)


Gardening requires lots of water - most of it in the form of perspiration.  ~Lou Erickson

11 comments:

  1. All the chilies there looking great! I love chilies and really looking forward to grow my own farm of chilies fertigation.

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  2. all the best to u,Wong... hopefully ur dream will come true someday :)

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  3. I live in Scotland where you cannot grow chillies outdoors, so when i saw your pictures my mouth dropped - Awesome - I am in chilli land.

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  4. Hahaha...thanks for dropping by, Shaheen..:) maybe u can try to grow em indoors..:)

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  5. Besarnya ladang cili...seronok jika dapat berbudi kpd tanah seperti ini. Ada bercita-cita seperti ini...harap termakbul satu hari nanti ;) Thanks for sharing ;)

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  6. Orchid de dangau : Tu la..i wish for the same too....insyaallah,one day...all the best to u! :)

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  7. Thanks for dropping by! You uncle has very nice kebun! Look at the chillies! Wow!

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  8. A true gardener never miss a chance to visit any garden even during raya hehehe...;-). Wah cili pun sambut raya, look at them dangling like that very prolific. I do understand the feeling of having small space to garden. I was desperate last July and I asked 2 of my jiran whether I can used their driveway side which is growing only weed that time to garden. Lucky they agreed.

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  9. Bestnya tgk pokok chili tu...:)

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  10. can I know where and who is the owner of the farm? i intend to visit the place cuz it really fascinated me.

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  11. Avia...tgk mmg best...nak mengerjakannya tu yg payah...:)

    I Wong.....sorry for the delay...it's my uncle's in Terengganu....& i'm not sure if he would accept visitors since he's a very private person..will talk to him regarding this..thanks for your interest anyway..:)

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