Showing posts with label orange. Show all posts
Showing posts with label orange. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Peaches for Harvesting.

We had a wonderful day of fine cosy weather today. Samuel and I just came back from just sitting outdoors...bathing in the warm evening sun. Even he told me "Yes Mummy, it is a wonderful day!" I did not have much to do today except put out the pots from the mini green house into the sun and mulched my capsicum plants at the vege patch with cow manure and watering it in. That was about it. Spend most time just admiring the plants and their beauty. A few of the peaches came off easily from their stalks and I guess they are almost ready. They smell fragrant.
My naughty doggy cannot resist the peaches and has been plundering some. 'No! No'
Mine of the onion bulbs is finally showing shoots! It is a long wait! I think it takes much shorter time to do that in tropical weather.
The dwarf orange tree is fruiting...these are about lime sizes. Given it citrus fertiliser few days earlier.
The calamasi plant. Hope to see more fruiting soon.
A proper look at my newly acquired kaffir lime plant.
A beautiful cayenne pepper chilli in the midst of changing colour.
"All that mankind needs for good health and healing is provided by God in nature...the challenge of Science is to find it." - Paracelcus, the father of Pharmcology, 1493 - 1541