Monday, August 15, 2011

Balcony Gardening

12.Aug.11 Balcony plants

12.Aug.11 Yellow tomatoes

12.Aug.11 Hungarian waxed pepper. Or Paprika.

12.Aug.11 Balcony Tomatoes

It was 5:30PM in the evening, and I thought it looked like a perfect evening sunshine.
Despite it being Summer, we haven't been having much sun, you see.
And because our balcony is not strategically located, the tomatoes get sun-bathed for about 3 hours, at most, on a sunny day.
I thought our little plants did well, don't you think?

P.S. I am avoiding talking about my vegetable allotment, as it has been severely, severely, severely neglected. This long-distance relationship isn't working out. I am ending it in October :(

7 comments:

  1. great balcony vegetables you have ! They will be easy to harvest ;-)

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  2. Everything looks great and so healthy to me! Thank God no more bus-schedule and heavy weeding for you!

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  3. Yeah you're back! Your balcony vegetables look great. Our tomatoes are really struggling and still nowhere near red...the constant jumps between very dry and very wet weather are not helping!

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  4. Nice job! Despite the absence of summer, your veggies are loving the balcony setting...

    Last year, we had started gardening on a community lot as well. A couple of months in, we decided to give it up though because it has to be your only hobby or else... ;-)

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  5. Well done Juanita - they look great and, re the allotment - sometimes you have to let go of things that are not working, so well done on that too!
    Vicky

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  6. the veg on the balcony looks stunning!
    x

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  7. So lovely. What a great garden!

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