Thursday, June 28, 2018

Miscellaneous Picture #80: what survive

What's in my garden lately?

Not much actually. Have not been tending to my garden lately because of warm weather and I am hardly at home as going over to my dad's shop in the morning. I usually do my gardening in the morning after sending off all the kids. My peaceful time in the garden by myself.

Anyhow, I am relieved to see some plants survive the rough weather. Some has died off. And frustrating is the weeds are growing well!

For now, I am not going to plant any new plants. No time for gardening.






12 comments:

suituapui said...

I also enjoy my peaceful time all by myself in the garden...and I love watching the plants grow.

Sharon D said...

My garden is in a state of no-eye-see right now, lol. I hope to pick it up again because yes, I love that sense of peacefulness in the heart.

Shirley Tay said...

Lovely! Too bad I've don't have green hands.......

Phong Hong said...

I see you have got a pineapple plant that is fruiting! My garden is a mess right now. Somehow I can't find the time, even on weekends to do some gardening :(

mun said...

Gardening needs commitment and I am afraid to say I don't have that commitment so your garden still looks ok to me.

Merryn said...

I envy your pineapple. Mine has been in the pot for almost two years with no signs of fruits :(

Nancy Chan said...

I too am spending less time in the garden due to the heat! But your pineapple plant is doing well and it has fruited!

Libby said...

Wow! The pineapple plant has fruited!

lina said...

You do have a variety there.

How nice to be able to do gardening.

The Yum List said...

Survival of the fittest!? I spy a pineapple! We've been trying to grow them on our balcony with little success.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I stay in a pigeon hole and beside, I got no green fingers...

Diana Diane Teo said...

I love to plant something too lately but I started with succulent plants first - simple to take care, especially for someone like me who is not with a green hands. Oh boy! Your pineapple plant has fruited - that's amazing!