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Old 16-02-14, 05:54 AM   #1
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hi,

as i had promised earlier, i have some pix of my home garden.

ananas...this is planted on a public road curb just across my house.


freshly prepared land ready for peanut planting. rear is sweet potato. the asian version of potato. naturally, it is sweet tasting. i had a chinese walk behind rotovator.


the asian lettuce. just take 21 days to reach this stage. fast growing.


brinjal


feel free to ask anything under the sky on gardening and diesel engine.

kind regards
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Old 16-02-14, 08:07 AM   #2
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Nice pic's - can you post them so that they are a little larger. I think Photobucket allows you to post pics on web sites which expand when you click on them.

Storms here have blown over my greenhouse - not one seed tray survived - seedlings scattered all over the floor - it was total carnage. Mind you, still time to plant some more.

I'd also be interested in seeing more around there - more scenery, any towns nearby etc.

Keep the pic's coming.

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Old 16-02-14, 08:40 AM   #3
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clanless,

drop me your email contact to

[email protected]

i figure it would be easy for me to send the pics directly.

you are right, i could not attached any pics bigger except in thumbprint size.

we have tons of things in common here with the UK except the cultures, foods and the almost paradise climate.

i stay in "new village" where after the war, families are housed in guarded communities to prevent rendering support to the communist fighting against the British Forces. most of the new village with stood the test of time.

at my home, i can see wild elephants just less than a miles away in the wild. plenty of wild boars foraging for foods in the evening and occasionally i do have slithery visitor trying to help herself with my free roaming chicken.

well, if members wish to drop in for a visit to Malaysia, let me know. the exchange rates is right now greatly to your favour!

a Sterling Pound bring you more than 5 1/2 Malaysian Ringgit
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