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It was at the end of August when PaNoy shared photos of his garden, this time I had a chance to visit his garden myself, and surprisingly his garden still looks lush and green in the month of October.
The big papaya tree bears many fruits.
Not likely that you would see something like this in our area.
Freshly picked papaya to make Tum Mak Houng, or Spicy papaya salad. I do love this picture, it would appear that the weather in our area was still hot, but actually it was a cool and wet Sunday.
PaNoy has a big garden, I swear my whole garden is the size of this planting bed.
He has several persimmon trees.
His Orange tree survived the last several Winters, and now it’s bearing fruits.
The last Kao Mao post was from his garden, and the rice below is Kao Guam or Purple Sticky Rice.
The pomegranate fruit is not rip yet. He picked one for us to taste and it’s still very tart.
A row of blueberry bushes.
In front of the banana trees is a Guava tree. PaNoy is thinking about planting it outside next year, I wonder if it will survive the cold winter months.
This is a neat way of planting Strawberries, also a space saving by planting it in different layers.
His guests were busy picking the crab apples, and they went straight to the persimmons after this. The trees were almost bared when they were done. PaNoy was still smiling after this, he is a good sport.
Max came to visit this time also, and he loves freshly picked persimmon.
Princess flowers, it is as lovely as its name.
Photos and video were shot with a Canon T2i and EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens.