The home where HC grew up.
I have been there many times but this was the first time I've thought to bring my camera. I think my favourite thing there has to be the vegetable patch in the garden. His parents don't believe in pesticides so sometimes if you look carefully enough you can see cute little red ladybugs and yellow butterflies flitting around.
what a great vegie patch!ReplyDelete
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so nice!!! you should just move there so that you can garden heheheReplyDelete
Erm... ...let me have a good, long thought about that... ...you sure you want a vegetable patch that badly?Delete
p.s. you should bring some ladybugs home ;PReplyDelete
Hahah I really was thinking about that until I imagined the look on the custom officer's face... ...Delete
this is just lovely! amazing pictures and a serious bravo to hc's parents for their vegetable garden! i have my own and i know how much love and effort it requires :)ReplyDelete
amazing pictures and lovely concept! a big bravo to hc's parents and their amazing vegetable garden. i have one of my own and i know how much love and effort it takes to grow your own vegetables :)ReplyDelete
Oh you're lucky! Growing things make me so much more appreciative of food in general. I know it's not easy to grow food but it never really hit me until I started picking up gardening.Delete
I like the kampong spirit! Wish I had a garden patch like this!ReplyDelete
Me too Karen, but feels like such a difficult dream in our tiny little apartments here. Veges need so much sun!Delete
gorgeous greens! definitely would make for even more hearty eating knowing that someone I know (or maybe if I could have green thumbs) grew them ;)ReplyDelete
You're right, the greens did taste extra good knowing that the family planted them :)Delete
This is such a beautiful vegetable garden, I can see how much love is put into it. I have veggies growing in containers on my apartment balcony!ReplyDelete