Wednesday, November 23, 2011

.: Ipomoea aquatica :.


The water spinach.



Of all the wonderful things in the wonderful universe of God, nothing seems to me more surprising than the planting of a seed in the blank earth and the result thereof.

Julie Moir Messervy

With each passing day, one discovers utmost joy in patiently and tirelessly monitoring the progress of these little things, that sprout from a few tiny little seeds.

Gardening, I suppose, will be a form of alternative therapy for me.


Day 4 for the kangkung. :)

8.00pm Malaysian Time

6 comments:

nadia said...

Your kangkung is young and fresh! The last time I had that vegetable, I was in Manila. They stir-fry it with onion and garlic, then season it with either shrimp paste or soy sauce/chili mix.

How do you cook kangkung?

Hajar said...

They've grown quite a bit now! We cook 'em the same way, but we sub the chili mix with fresh/dried chilies. :)

Ummi's Blog said...

sALAAMS Hajah....

holler me again if yr ever in spore..In feb, I will be moving to tampines.... Hope to have u as my visitor okie.. : )

Hajar said...

Ummi's Blog :: Wa'alaikum'as'salam sis! I have a wedding invitation @ SG on 1st Jan. Shall holler you insha'Allah if my plan falls through! :)

Ms.Unique said...

The only thing I love is watering the plants, heck the rest is too much lol :)

Hajar said...

Ms.Unique :: But watering plants is a chore! lol~

I'm really one of those who prefer to get my nails filled with dirt and grubs. lol~