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Jan 3, 2011

The first harvest of 2011

Before my family visit my father in law for the new year greeting I went to my garden and harvested a cabbage, daikon radish, komatunas and Chinese cabbage. I brought all of them to him as the new year present.



The cabbage is smaller than I thought but in a beautiful shape since I saw less bugs attack against the cabbages than my Chinese cabbages. I have other 8 cabbages to be harvested in a few weeks so I hope they will become bigger. That is the first cabbage I've harvested so I feel it auspicious to harvest it during the new year holidays!







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4 comments:

Bangchik said...

Great!!... your cabbages look fine. I may grow cabbage soon....

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

You really have a knack growing brassicas. They all look so good and yummy. I don't have success growing hakusai yet.
As for growing coriander, I did some post last month about growing it.
http://kebunmalaykadazangirls.blogspot.com/2010/12/kitaran-hidup-ketumbar-coriander-life.html#comments

Mark Willis said...

Lucky Father-in-law! I think giving someone food that you have grown yourself is a very nice gesture, because it demonstrates your generosity in giving away something you could eat yourself.

milka said...

I would be delighted to receive these organic vegetables as gift!