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This Autumn is cool and gentle; therefore the plants that has yet to finish its job completely; can continue.
Although the night temperature may go slightly low; but the day temperature is still great with sun uncle's support.
The black rose in the front door garden is blooming large blossom (image above) this time.
The new Hosta is budding for the second time now.
Those tomato (above) plants which carrying their fruits are still driving at the moment.
Let's celebrate their success in advance!
Are you ready to start a new fun project for the coming season?
This year I have harvested plentiful of grapevine cuttings (below) as early as in the month of August.
They have done their sprouting task very efficiently. Most of the cuttings are attached with many thick and fat roots now.
Since beginning of this year; I have been trying more and more Tropical fruits seeds; and I found growing Mangoes is very simple and fun.
All you have to do is to buy a large and ripe Mango. After enjoying it; open the seed shell from the side to collect the seed.
Happy exploring, everyone!
Summer days are truly great. It warms all our tomatoes and the organic fig tree.
There are four more figs (above) working their very best on tree. Everyday they are welcoming stronger sunshine.
One week of high temperature has moved the unripe fruits to their ripping stage. It is just amazing!
The organic tomatoes (below) are changing colours at the moment.
They are shouting for more!
A second summer can be possible if the plants are demanding the universe for extra warm days.
When the warm days are moving slowly away; to give space to a brand new season; the cool set-in.
It seems normal for the past years.
However; this year the plants received a much different weather approach; therefore many of them could not show their best performance.
The blackberry plant (above) is hanging one last red berry waiting for the extension of warm days; so that it can turn into black.
One Strawberry plant (below) is flowering again for the second time.
It tells us that the summer is not over.
When the tomato plants are also ignoring the cool and continue to grow their fruits and flowers; it seems they knew their request is granted.
The fig tree is still trying its best to ripen its fruits.
We cheer together with them. We love to have more warm days.
Believe it or not...
We immediately heard a weather report shows the weather stays mostly dry and temperature will be over 25°C for the whole week.
We certainly hope for another summer; so that every plant can complete its full cycle; and we can harvest more.
Have a wonderful week, everyone!
Autumn season is showing up in a slow paste.
However; not all the plants are ready to go into rest.
The blackberry shrub (picture above) is still working very hard to finish its task.
This year is an extraordinary year!
An opportunity is specially given to us; to work side by side with the Fig tree (below); while we are pruning the grape vines bit by bit everyday.
One word 'Encouragement' is important for this moment.
We visit the continuous working fruit plants everyday; make sure everything is fine with them.
I guess this is about care, in human's perspective.
Late summer can be a very relaxing time.
While all the fruits are sending out their fragrance; the insects would be tempted, no matter how lovely they were before.
This Sting bug above could not resist. He came everyday to the Hosui pears; trying to get something from it.
When this happened; you should know what to do. Delay no more, harvest Now!
This year is a early harvest year. All the fruits are ripen one to two months earlier. Therefore; we are free to look around our garden slowly.
Late summer is also the time for you to start tidy-up your garden. Counting and transferring all your strawberry runners.
In the front garden all the flowers are showing their seed pods (excluding the orange rose plant); like the above Crocosmia-lucifer.
Although the late summer has just began; I prefer to make use of all the dry and sunny days for cleaning pots and tidy-up the plants and trees; before the cold wet days arrive.
Have a wonderful week ahead everyone!