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Our Harvest For The Day

IT WAS ON THE 25TH MAY, 2017 when we started to plant some vegetables such as zucchini, green pepper, tomatoes on a little plot of land here.
BEFORE....
Taken around 25th May, 2017 as according to my post here.
AFTER.....
BEFORE
And this is Zucchini plant the farmer has planted....
AFTER...
And today... two weeks later... the plant has flowered...
The real farmer doing his "thing".... 
Yes, he was going to cut the ripe zucchini....
There it is...All Organic!
We have been having zucchini as part of our meals
for the past few days and we are loving them!
Green Peppers on the way soon.....
Bunches of grapes are everywhere...
Never tasted them before... heard that they are sour....
I am more interested in these....
Some are ripe and many are not... as yet...
We have to take them down before the birds do....
Just too many to pluck.... 
We managed to get a bag full....
We washed them... let them dry...
These will be our fruits for the days to come!

Comments

  1. Wowwwwww!!!! Doesn't it make you feel like planting your own fruits and vegetables when you come home? ;)

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  2. The grapes and peaches are beautiful! I do remember your post when you were planting. That was fast!

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  3. How come the garden in the States can grow things that fast? Could it be due to the weather there and lightning that helps to fertilize the plants so fast???

    Wow... unbelieveable.. Your Zucchini as from your comparative pictures~~~! O gosh.. all farmers have to move there to plant .. haha.

    Very envy your fruits too. Do have a very enjoyable holiday there~!

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  4. On the trees, they look like peaches but in your last photo, they look more like nectarines or plums. Either way I like to eat all of them.

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  5. Your photos make gardening so easy over there. Everything grow so fast and fruitful. Abundant harvest. Big juicy fruits.

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