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My Tropical Garden

Warm Greetings Everyone! I shall thereby with this scribble introduce you to my secret tropical holiday retreat. For the most part of my long stay in Sarawak the place where I spent most of my time is of course in Sarikei the little settlement town where I was born. 345 more words


Edward Scissorhands Strikes Again

We have an apple tree.  One apple tree.  We’ve talked about adding additional fruit trees to the mix, but we have yet to do it. 490 more words



..In which I attempt to get fruit trees for free..

We had a brainwave about the small, tough blackthorn trees which have self seeded all over the site -the owner had wanted to cut them all down as they are rapidly trying to turn the field from a pasture into an impenetrable thicket. 473 more words

A place to call home

We moved in a year ago and this is what it looked like. Long grass and lots of lumpy bumpy bits of earth. Since then we have settled in. 84 more words


Welcome Back!

Hi Friends!

Well, I’m finally back to writing once again after a long, and what seemed like forever, 5-month break. And boy, did I really missed all of you. 834 more words

Desert Gardening

New Tree — Rescue 'Rooter' Pear

My apologies to whoever named the beautiful Rescue pear and to Rescue Rooter for borrowing their name, but my dad, who names all our trees, just couldn’t help himself. 385 more words

Farm Updates

Papaya Trees

Papaya’s are delicious, very sweet, and nutritious fruits.  They contain a very high source of vitamin A, as well a good amount of potassium. The seeds can be planted or be used for natural ailments in traditional medicines.   39 more words

Fruit Trees