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aiyo...but at least you've got something to show with. For me the plant always dies first :(. I don't have a green thumb
wow..own planted chillies..
You have quite the green thumb. The pictures are vibrant. I hope you will come visit my blg and enjoy.
Smallkucing : For the withered harvest, someone thought that I am preserving dry chillies. how sad :(Wenn : yes ! yes ! feel so greatWindie : Thanks, i sure visit you.
Really nice harvest u have! Tell you I love seeing something in reality as I've been seeing too much of cyber plants when almost everyone addicted to the farming game in FB!
Eh, how come grow so fast...you tied the chilly bought from the market to the tree ah? he he he, just joking!Nice yummy chilly!
It's alright, your pepper hadn't gone to waste yet :D
Dora: I am on your sidePete: kekeke.... i like the idea, next time will do that.Madz : agreed, but a bit dry.
Nice series of photos, it was fun to see the peppers grow. The result looks very nice.
your picture are so pretty. More.more please.
Dear SquirrelQueen & Windie, thanks for the encouragement, will try to snap more picture.
Wow….. must be very excited to harvest the chili from your own farm. I like gardening as well but have a very small balcony. However, I fully utilized it to plant lotus & flowers as much as possible. I have started to plant some chili’s seeds into flower pot last week. Cant wait to see the chili tree…hehe……
Dear MoyuThe feeling of harvest is fulfilling and satisfying. But not all turns up right. I just hate the bugs or insects that detroy the crop. Wish you luck.
Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!
Red chilly how long???
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