I was surprised to see how lush and green Grandma’s garden is at this time of the year.
She has rows and rows of soybeans.
And her Thai eggplants are so beautiful.
The okra has such a pretty flower.
She gave me a pot of the sawtooth or Pak Cee Farang, also known in Lao as Pak Hom Pae.
She has many dragonflies hovering over her garden, and not surprised since she has a creek nearby.
Towards the end of the video I was talking about this butterfly. Lee tricked me into taking this picture. I was in a hurry to take this picture because she said it might fly off any minute now, came to find out that it was a dead butterfly.
Yep, flying off any minute now.
Her persimmons are doing well this year.
This is her second garden on the other side of the house. She planted Asian corns and soybeans.
The empty rice sack underneath the dried herbs is an old sticky rice bag from Laos.