Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Purple color crepe

I realized that blue pea flower is only being used in Asian foods, such as nasi kerabu, nyonya kuih & drink. I am trying to enlarge the uses of this beautiful blue pea flower in my meal as I have them a lot in my garden.

Last few weeks, I tried to use blue pea flower in Western food pulak. I extracted the blue color from dried blue pea flowers and mixed it in crepe batter & the crepe came out with nice romantic purple color.  
Crepe in Romantic purple color

Besides its role as colorant, you can take the flower as ulam. Scientific studied had showed that blue pea flower exhibited antimicrobial activity  & antidiabetic activity

Read the scientific articles if you do not believe them...hehe..

If you wish to purchase dried blue pea flower & blue pea flower seeds, you can always email me at eesuqi@gmail.com

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Nona fruit or Nona Serikaya can be considered as exotic fruit in Malaysia. It is a non seasonal fruit with lot of black color seeds.

Nona fruit is very juicy, sweet and have a pleasant taste. 

Nona tree start to produce fruit after 8-12 months of planting. Nona tree can reach to about 3-10 m. It can be trimmed to control its height.
Nona tree & Nona fruits
Beautiful & unique Nona fruits
Juicy, flavorful, smooth mouth-feel & sweet Nona
RM2 = 10 Nona Seeds

RM10 = Nona Plant

If you are interested to buy nona seeds, please email me at eesuqi@gmail.com Thanks!

Monday, October 7, 2013

October ---RM1.00 Green Lettuce Seeds For Grab

Green lettuce (approx. 100 seeds)--- RM1
Lettuce seeds germinated after 2-3 days

Other Seeds (RM1)

Bendi Singa (15 seeds)

Pumpkin Fajar (10 seeds)

Roselle (15 seeds)

Single layer Blue Pea Flower (20 seeds)

Interested please email me at eesuqi@gmail.com . While stock last.


Thursday, October 3, 2013

Tut @ air layering


Have you ever heard about tut?

If yes, have you ever make the tut yourself?

For me, tut is a way to propagate a tree/plant that you already have. Ya, i mean you wish to have another plant even though you already have one.

For example, i already have one mulberry tree, & i wish to have another mulberry tree to bear me more mulberry fruits. Well, most of us know that mulberry can be easily propagated through cutting.

Tut is another option for those peoples that
- fail to propagate plant/tree through cutting,
- and also those peoples that wish to get a bigger plant/tree at a shorter time.

To get started,

You need a plastic bag (approx.15cm x 30 cm), tali rafia, cutter & a handful of damp soil.

Look for an ideal stem (the bigger the stem, the bigger the plant that you will get) and use your cutter to remove the entire outer bark layer of the stem. This is also known as girdling or ring barking.

Cover or wrap the wound with the damp soil, followed by plastic bag. Tied both end of the plastic bag.

Your tut will be ready in 1-2 months time when substantial amount of roots can be seen.

Cut the branch off right below the plastic bag.

& Horray...the ready root ball is now ready to be planted!

That's it! You got a new plant. 
Tut making-mulberry tree
Success Root ball of mulberry tree
Closer look..Can you see the root?
My new mulberry plant is ready!
Do you notice the plant actually started to bear me mulberry fruits?

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The beautiful bloom of Kacang Sepat

Kacang Sepat is a very productive & invasive plant. Besides bear you with a lot of beans, the plant also let you enjoy its very beautiful & elegant white blooms before turning into beans.

Here are some pictures for you to enjoy ...  :-)
The bean harvest---really a lot!
The dried seed pods
Alright...Sekian 1st...