A novice vegetable gardener introduces the growth of vegetables, trips, and foods from Osaka, Japan.
Takaeko - What is your neat looking mulch? It appears to be some sort of seed husk. Rice perhaps. I have only seen rice to eat, not as the seed heads are harvested. Seems like it is snowing all over the world. We will all be happy to see it leave. George
>GeorgeThank you for visiting my blog.Yes, that is rice husks and using rice husks as mulch is popular in Japan. It's easier and more environmental-friendly than using vinyl sheets.I think you are facing more heavier snow in your place, Delaware.
Takaeko - It is a pleasure to visit your blog. You obviously love what you are doing in your garden. How is it that you have such a lovely garden when my maybe ill gotten perception is that Japan is such a crowded place. Your garden must be an oasis of production. George
Takaeko, your last photo looked lovely, with some snow on the ground near your healthy looking onions!
Takaeko, would you please email me - there is something I wish to discuss... (email address is in my Blogger profile).
Takaeko, the badge looks good against the green background of your blog page. I'm so pleased you decided to accept the award. Please teach me the Japanese word for "Congratulations"...then I can say it to you.
>MarkCongratulations is "Omedeto gozaimasu/おめでとう ございます。" in Japanese
Hmmm. Nothing easy for us Westerners to say then... Good job you can't hear me say it, bit "Omedeto gozaimasu" to you anyway! :)
Your veggies look very healthy. I wish I had a vinyl tunnel too. maybe I can make one
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