The green thumbs in me and the husband have sprouted! We are both children of farmers so it is but natural for us to grow plants. Too bad though that apartment lifestyle limits us from planting whatever we want so we just manage to plant the much needed greens for my kitchen stuffing, aside from the few pots of ornaments inside our home.
Like I have posted in the past, we have attempted to plant some Malunggay seeds here. On its close to third week now, the seeds turned into this big already:
Such a joy to see it growing so beautifully every single day!
I can’t bend and flex my body anytime I want to, but I am thankful that the husband and the daughter are so industrious in taking care of these plants. We have 12 pots of this malunggay and we have given one to a friend already. Another 6 will go to 6 friends, too, so we will be left with 5 if everyone survives! Lol. I actually can’t wait to harvest them and make a soup out of them!
Aside from malunggay, the husband also managed to plant and grow three pots of lemon grass. We have been doing this every year and it’s always awesome to harvest fresh leaves to be spiced into my cooking!
Farming may not be our primary livelihood right now, but growing these very tropical plants here in Northcentral Wisconsin absolutely defines us as children of farmers! Lol.
My 175th of the 185/366 BPC