Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Growww baby, growwww ...



Remember me mentioning about french flag colour theme on our window boxes?  Here they are - growing happily there. 


As for downstairs ... growwww they did.  Infact, pretty well since last week due to the warmer weather and the occassional daily shower. MIL´s salad is doing pretty well lined up liddat ...


Btw, these babies received a roof over their head from hub few days ago.  Hub decided to integrate a panel in to protect some `birds`whom were so hungry to the extend of nicking our flowers from our window boxes! Uh-hu-huhhh ... they were THAT hungry ...


Our red radish is doing well too.  Hoorayyyy ... :-)


Here´s the baby strawberries after they shed off their flower petals.  Soon too, hub will need to add a netted box on top of this box to protect them from the hungry birds.


MIL´s spinach ...


We planted white radish too and its looking really good!


These are onions ...


The birds around our housing area´s been a nuisance actually.  Look what they did to the wood chips we spreaded around the box.  They simply loveeeee digging them out and throwing them onto our walkway resulting in us having to clean them up all the time! Grrrrrrr ...


I guess its time to start cleaning the green molds around the staircase area.


Looking down from our balcony ... today´s kinda chilly but soon, we can enjoy the water sound coming from our fountain downstairs.  The great thing is, we get to choose to either sit at the patio area, the small white table underneath our apple tree or at the `strandkorp`aka beachbench ... (the covered one below). Ohhh Mr. Sun .. how I long for youuuuu :-P



































This is our plum tree.  They are flowering very well this year so I reckon we will have quite a bit of harvest? The area right infront is the space we´re trying to turn into a lawn.  STILL no news, and still waiting.  Unbelievable.

2 comments:

  1. oh my, is that tulip??? ypu plant them too??? pretty!!!

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  2. Tulips are surprisingly easy to plant here Ai Wei .. just dig a hole and put the onion in, and thats it! Cannot resist planting them :-P Besides, the bulbs are not expensive here ...

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