Over the last 2 months, Shalom had been quite inquisitive about how vegetables come into being.
When we had first arrived at NJH, we had started off a vegetable garden. However, because of Simian menace, we did not continue our enthusiasm.
However, over the last 2 weeks, our farmer genes kicked on and we were into some serious amount of backyard vegetable gardening. Snaps of the efforts . . .
Our only prayer is that the monkeys will spare us this time . . .
|Potatoes in empty cement bags|
|The first tomato plant. We found this growing wild and transplanted it to our backyard.|
If you look carefully, you can see the first fruit . . .
|A close up of the first fruit . . .|
|Cauliflower . . .|
|A seed bed . . .|
|Other forms of seed beds . . . made from discarded medicine cartons|
|Broccoli plants coming up . . .|