Well...holiday came...We were happy to have a break...
But on the same time we were so worried to leave our plants behind, in addition to the dry weather recently.
I am looking forward for a heavy rain!!!
Well, I am trying to save those potential plants that might be dying due to the dryness as no one was available to water the plants.
I choose to save those plants that easily dry out (those planted in small pot)and those plants that more precious to me. The rest...
Thank god that most of my plants are directly planted on the ground. They are less affected by dryness.
These were what i did for the past holiday break when i had to leave them for about 10 days..
Take a container, filled in with about 1-2 inch water, then put your plants in. I put them in shelter place to avoid overflow in case of raining.
Ok, i have to save the balsam, as i do not have the balsam seed with this color in my collection
Mulberry and mata kucing plants...The soil dry up very fast, so those plants were in!
My precious white brinjal seedlings..i don't want to lose them...
First time success in growing mint leaves from cutting...Does the see-through plastic container look familiar? It was a container for donuts previously =)
I put a tray+water underneath..This is my seedling box..those small plastics on top are used to prevent the rat/squirrel/bird from eating the seeds, especially bean seeds. Those satay sticks & chopsticks are very useful to stop the cats from pooing here >_<
Alright, So what happned after the 10 days holiday break?
Aha...They are doing fine！ The white brinjal seedling are getting bigger right?