Sunday, July 10, 2011

Today's harvest

Harvested some HK choy sum from the pots this early morning.
Enough for today's fried mee hun.
(whoooooo late to work again!)

HK Choy Sum
Sow: 13/05/2011 Harvest: 10/07/2011


Adding a touch of whimsy to the garden.. hehe
It's actually the blurring effect that you think it is so whimsical haha

Happy Gardening!


13 comments:

kitchen flavours said...

I'm frying fried bee hoon too today with choy sum bought from market! Hehehe! Would be yummy if your choy sum is in my wok!
Lovely "whimsy" touch! Have a lovely Sunday!

Lrong said...

Funny that we just had bee hoon for lunch too...

Open Kitchen Concept said...

I like this little white cart!

p3chandan said...

Lovely greens from your garden, must try to plant them too. I love your cute little cart! Sorry I havent had time to send the seeds yet, very busy lor...

milka said...

kitchen flavour & Lrong: I think it's bcoz it is weekend so everybody needs something light to eat? Or the wifeys need rest on weekend? lol.

p3chandan: No problem at all, take your time ;)

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Good choy sum harvest. My choy sum now since it is cold only give me flowers no leave to harvest...hehehe...Love that cart.

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Leafy veggie is such short live... easy to grow nice to eat!! congrats.

Terrie said...

I just know this sort of vegetable is what you called "HK cho sum". hehe...

milka said...

Diana: My first pot of choy sum also only have flowers, don't know why?

Terrie: Not only this, we also have HK kailan, HK choy yuen, HK yao mark, etc etc... lol.

Food so delicious! said...

Your garden is simply outrageously beautiful!! Sigh.. I wish mine was like yours..

Wait.. I got roselle growing and let's see what happens. Hehehe..

kitchen flavours said...

Hi milka,
Six months for spring onions is really a long time! I think you better take it out and start over with new onion bulbs.
I planted the sprouted onions and they are ready to be harvested in three weeks time. Just went to Tesco again yesterday and got me a bag of sprouted onions! Will be planting them today! Hope you have better luck with your new batch.
The sister that went to the UK, if you are talking about "On The Green Side Of Life", yup, the same person! She's my younger sis! Hehe! :)

One said...

I like that whimsy look. It is obviously not just the blurry effect but a combination of things you put together.

I had pasta for lunch. :) (Read the first 2 comments.)

Nanniepannie said...

Looks sweet. I've been a busy bee getting my garden ready for a neighborhood garden tour next Saturday, I can hardly stay ahead of all those weeds.