Monday, February 23, 2009

My Garden

This is my very crowded garden in the Philippines. Those are blooming orchids and bougainvilla. The plant which has thick leaves is a Citrus microcarpa bunge fruit or known as "Lemonsito" in local dialect. My mother just gave the fruit to those who need it. It is good for cooking and make a juice out of it.
This plant belongs to a vine and has a lovely tiny flowers. I have only 3 colors white, pink and red. I still don't know the names of this.That tree at the far left end corner of my property is a Jackfruit tree. My mother said it has already bear fruit since January and it will continue up to early June. It's my mother's favorite fruit. This tree bear so much fruits and huge too. Once the fruit harvested from time to time, my mother sliced it and share it to the neighbors. So, they are really looking forward when is the next harvest Jackfruit.This is what my garden in the Philippines looks like. Very crowded LOL. But, I miss it so much. Every weekend, I make it a point to-re arrange the location of the flowering pots in an area which has more sun to make it more "happy". My mother and I love gardening so much even though, I can't memorize the kind of flowering plants I have in my garden, I just adore the beauty of it.

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