Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Andaliman and Asam Gelugur

Wilson Wong said at his blog : "The asam gelugor tree (Garcinia atroviridis) is another tree that produces fruit that is used in food. The tree is cultivated and native to Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand, Burma and India. The asam gelugur tree grows to a height of 20 m and has long trunk with characteristic drooping branches arranged in a tiered fashion around the central trunk. The leaves are dark green, shiny, long narrow with a pointed tand upturneded. Its flowers are dark red and the round yellow to orange and interestingly, Garcinia atroviridis usually bears female flowers only. Fruits are borne singly on twig ends." (link : Gardening With Wilson)
And today I had package from Germany, which in are Andaliman and Asam Gelugur from my friend Tota. Really surprise because she gave so much...! I am really happy. Both of them (andaliman and asam gelugur) remind me to my father. He was best cook I ever had. After the andaliman I put under the sun, they're coming dry and open. I can see the seeds from Andaliman. All of them nice and smel very good...

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Agency Against Breeder

"Sorry this breeder property from Immobilien Broker," that the answer from woman which working at there, when I would buy small lamb. Ironic some breeder going die because lost at advertising and competition market with this agency. But the other side this agency give work for people who living around that breending.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Harvest Cape Gooseberry

Dorothy has so big garden and most of the plants are fruit. And She did harvest for this fruit. Now I know the name from this fruit, it call Cape Gooseberry or Goudbes. But it is belong to tomato family. Once I remember, my chef cook used this for decoration ice cream at restaurant.

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I submit this photo for click event photography by jugalbandi

Date : 06 March 2009
Canon 1000D
Flash off
ISO 200
Focus 55.0 mm
Lens : f/8.0
Exposure Time : 0.010s(1/100)

Spring Spring Spring
is the time to cheer
But when the rain comes
everyone won't be glum
Spring Spring Spring
the sky will be so clear
taylor hurttgam
Thanks you to bee, because now I know that name :x

Monday, April 6, 2009

Redcurrant Tree

This is my Redcurrant Tree. This tree now coming into fruit. I am happy because last year I didn't see any fruit. I hope this time better and better life too. I love my redcurrant tree. To take care this tree was very easy just give water and it will be growing nice..

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Spring Coming On Time

I like spring, because all my plant growing fast. I love the Crocus Flowers, smell very nice and full colors. And very surprise my jackfruit tree also growing :D