December 8, 2012

Gardening: First Tomato

First ripe tomato in our little garden. The weather has been very bad lately. Look at those leaves. I hope they will bear more tomatoes like before. I'm still thankful for this little one, though. So fresh! :)





Spotted bell peppers after 6 months! It's our first time to plant bell peppers at home.


And aloe vera! I secretly cut one leaf whenever I feel like putting some on my hair. Kudos to my cousin for taking care of these plants. My flowers died because of the ugliest weather in August. I think I'll plant herbs or veggies than flowers now. :)

14 comments:

  1. Great that you get to have your own garden and grow vegetables!

    LUXESSED

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    1. Yes, I just started last Summer! :)

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  2. Wow! Great! Harvested it seems! LOL. Happy weekend Debie!


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    1. Hello, Chai. Thank you :)

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  3. I love growing tomatoes! they have such a high yield and i can do so much with them! this year we had tomatoes spilling out our ears for the summer harvest! i shared it with friends and family and they all loved how big and juicy our tomatoes were!

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    1. I agree. When it's time for harvesting, it's definitely a bountiful harvest. I remember back then when my brother planted a tomato and when the harvest time came, we harvested every day for a week! It was crazy. Now, though, we only had a little harvest because of the ugly weather.

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  4. It looks so fun !
    it's so awesome to have your own garden and do the harvesting by yourself
    i wish i could do it too, the weather in my town isn't perfect for doing that kind of thing :(
    Anyway yeah the tomato looks so fresh !!! :D

    http://sylviestephanie.blogspot.com/

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    1. I think we managed to plant it even with the "inappropriate" weather for planting tomatoes. Plus, we live near the sea which I think isn't really a good place to plant but we actually harvested some! Maybe you can try ;)

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  5. Nothing can bring me more enjoyment, as a gardener, than the first tomato that ripens in your garden :)

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    1. I know, right? It's very exciting! :D

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  6. Nice! For some reason, I've only been a successful gardener of weeds. You should give me some tips! :)

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    1. Hahaha I don't have any tips to give but to water them everyday! :P

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  7. That is truly wonderful. I've been dreaming of starting a little vegie garden for a while now but still haven't plucked up the courage to take the plunge. Love seeing other people's harvest...
    Ronnie xo

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    1. Thanks, Ronnie! This tomato did not last for months once it bore fruit because of the bad weather. I think we need timing to plant tomatoes soon! Good luck with yours ;)

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