We have a long narrow stretch of land next to our driveway and we've planted a range of edible and decorative plants in it. For now, the strawberries and broad beans are ready for harvest and we're anxiously waiting for the cauliflower and brussels sprouts (perhaps the children's extreme enthusiasm to grow them will heighten their interest in consuming these vegetables). The petunias, roses and few other flowers I've forgotten their names have been brightening our front but my carnations are still a little shy.
Everyday, except when it drizzles or rains, the children will fight for the watering can to water their thirsty plants. But when it comes to weeding, they leave it to their mom (what's new?).
Oh, soon the tomatoes on my kitchen windowsill will ripen and Abang H's solo sunflower will also bloom!