Monday, August 26, 2013

Home-grown Organic Dried Blue Pea Flowers for Sale

100 flowers - RM2
Serve as natural blue colorant in nyonya kuih, nasi kerabu, dessert & drinks.

Direction of use
1. Steep about 20-30 dried blue pea flowers in ½ cup of hot water.
2. Strain the blue liquid after 10-15 min. Discard the flowers.
3. Blue color liquid is now ready for use as food colorant in food, dessert & drink. 

Interested please email me at

Monday, August 19, 2013

Pretty Flowers

I wish I owe these pretty plants. But they are not mine. I took these pictures from a roof garden in KL. 

I personally like the sweet pink red balsam so much! They really look like roses! But, there was no seed there for me to grab. No luck = (  
As for the multilayer white pea flower, there are mature seeds there hooray!  I am so excited as white color pea flower is quite rare currently. 
Have you all heard about Halia Siam? My mom actually has this ginger plant in her garden too and it really gives you gorgeous white color ginger flower. It is edible?

Friday, August 16, 2013

Runway of Hibiscus ^_^

All of these hibiscus are belong to my mom, only the pink hibiscus is mine.Cantik tak? Cantik tak?

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Good & Bad

Today, I have one good news & one bad news to share with you all....

The good news is....

My very first ulam raja starts to bloom dah.....

Here is the beautiful & sweet sweet pink flower of ulam raja from my garden.

The bad news is...

What??? Again???!!!! Oh no!  The plant BULLY comes back again! Today it attacks my cherry radish plant (i planted inside the gate). 

Again, it plucks off most of the leave & just leaves there. 

Almost bald
Poor Radish leaves
I suspect this damage was done by either rat, cat or squirrel. These creatures are every where at the backyard. I can see squirrels & cats running & chasing each others almost everyday. As for rats, i am not sure. They come out at night but i think i heard their running sound too.. 

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Unknow Pest That Like Kailan?

Who did this to my kailan?

I was so happy yesterday as my kailan did survive & doing well through this Raya break. But this morning....

What pest is that anyway? 
I am so curious.
The unknown pest simply pluck the kailan leaves & leave on the floor just like that >_<
Red arrow pointers show where the leaves belong to

So, what i do? I pluck down another kailan leaf & store in fridge. What if tonight the unknow pest come again?