My entry to “My Garden Journal” Contest for the month of November.
Greetings to this community of gardeners! It's been a while since I've been here. I really always missed the contest submission date but today I am back with my updates. Thanks to friend @riverflows who hosts the contest.
My garden has been very busy, I changed a lot of the physical appearance, as I modified the shelves where I place my plants and I rearranged said plants.
My spinach plant is so lush that weekly I can share with neighbors and friends the big leaves it produces. The seeds are also in every bunch, so I sowed several seeds and all the plants that came up are beautiful. What do you think?
This white rain lily plant has not bloomed since last year, this week it decided to give me its flowers and I am happy about that. I share with you this beautiful flower. It has enough bulbs to keep transplanting and I’m waiting for the lilac lily flower to reproduce as well.
My euphorbia mili is blooming in abundance again. I think the rains from the storms weeks ago have encouraged flower production again on my plants.
This bunch of bananas is starting to thicken up and in a few weeks I will have enough fruit to make my delicious tostones.
The papaya plants are growing but I don't think the production will be in time to be able to harvest and make our delicious Christmas sweet, the green papaya candy.
I have transplanted offspring of my succulent Echeveria pallida and they are all in perfect shape, also the leaf transplants I did on my little Morganianum have grown very well. They are slow growing but I love to see their evolution from a leaf to a beautiful plant like the one I show here.
I did layering of my Mentha Spicata plant. The two plants I layered did well, now I am going for the third layering, I like the smell of Mentha Spicata in my garden and at meals.
The vicaria plants with their flowers, there are three that I transplanted by branches, they are blooming. The cats that come as intruders to my garden have broken several branches of the mother plant but I’m going to plant them today.
The coriander plants, which are very aromatic cilantro-like plants, have come up from seed. They have been reborn from seeds from the mother plants, the mother plants have served to spice up my meals for which I am grateful for their proliferation. They have seeds again and I hope they continue to grow as beautifully as they have so far.
I took advantage of the fact that it was Friday. According to my gardener friend, he recommended planting on Fridays because the plants thrive and come up quickly. I pruned my fig plant and planted three branches and two of them are growing very well.
So far this is some of what I have been able to share of the changes in my garden for this beautiful monthly contest. Here is my beloved pet Meme, he climbed up the tree showing off his great speed to catch the birds that come to eat the ripe fruit of my fig tree… But he can neither catch an inattentive bird nor can he climb down the tree.
His adrenaline allows him to climb but when it wears off he can't find a way down. My son comes to his aid and is able to get him down from the tree… Until he tries again.
Thank you for your comments and visits to my publication.
These photos are taken with my Redmi Note 9 phone.