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Monday, July 18, 2011

Vegetable Flowers and More - P365 # 195

The common and popular beans in my country is the long or string beans. If you ever wonder how its flower look like, here it is.
The day after I took the photos above, the  veggie/fruit finally  showed up.
Bitter Melon's  flowers.
There are few of them coming up like the size of the one in the photo.
The pumpkin that  grew from my pot and  transplanted in my garden has bloomed this morning.  Do you see the bee feasting inside the flower?
The blooms of the potato I planted.  The mole has been eating  the meat under the ground.
Remember the flower of the eggplant I have posted a couple of days ago, here they are now.
July 16, 2011:
  • My husband finally  dug  out the rose bushes  that was in front of the house.  I transferred them at the back.  He smiled when he heard me told the rose bushes "Please   don't die okay" when I was transplanting them.
  • I have been picking the green beans at our garden and freezing them.  It will be good to use on winter times.  I pick  a basket full every day.
  • Our neighbor Don gave me a rose4 bush fertelizer when he saw us transferring it.
  • We are going to Tomlinson Run after this post.

23 sumptuous burps..:

chubskulit said...

Thanks for visiting. Enjoy your weekend!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Your garden is looking good, I hope that you are getting more rain than we are!! Diane

STEF said...

I didn't know string beans' flowers look like that. It's beautiful! Here is my Shadow Shot. See you around!

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shot

Birgitta - foto CHIP said...

Great work to make this rich garden!

Shannon W. said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. My dog is a Boxer :)

SquirrelQueen said...

You have a lovely garden. I think we sometimes forget that many vegetables have beautiful flowers.

Andrea said...

wow in a little while you will already be harvesting the fruits of your labor. You miss home, i guess, as you are planting those which are also grown here! haha

eden said...

Wow, you have many vegestables growing in your garden. Pwede na mag luto ng pinakbet, Rose. hehehe

Tina said...

Thanks for joining us on *Weekendflowers* with your nice blossoms. Beans can be beautiful! :) LG Tina

Mel Alarilla said...

First time I saw the flower of a string bean. I know the flower of the ampalaya because I used to grow them before. It's amazing that those plants give beautiful flowers aside from their nutritious vegetables. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Lina Gustina said...

Enjoying your garden :)
Thanks for dropping by...

Denise said...

These are lovely blooms you've shared with us today, thank you so much. I hope your rose bush survives. You give it a lot of loving care, I hope it is listening :)

Mel Cole said...

Yay! I am jealous of the fruits of labor you got in your garden. Yep, just keep your rose bush fed with the fertilizer that your neighbor gave (that was lucky of you) like 1 or twice a week.

ester said...

Beautiful!

My entry.

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Really love that third bean picture.
:lol: I have told many a plant not to die when transplanting them. Now I try and say "Please live a long and happy life".

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Mangoes aren't my favorite although a lot of places around here are blending them with strawberries and that is really good.

Jenn Jilks said...

Wonderful garden, flower photos.


Cheers from Cottage Country!

Míriam Luiza said...

Gostei de conhecer esta flor de feijão!

Jeanette said...

Lovely garden. The plants look so healthy. The flowers are so delicate and pretty.

Autumn Belle said...

The bean flower is very beautiful. I love the purple shade. Good luck with your coming harvest!

Dhemz said...

inggit ako sa garden mo sis...ako walang pag-asa tong akin...penge nang ampalaya...ehehehe!

Clytie said...

I have never seen the flower of a bean, OR a potato - they are beautiful!!!

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