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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Desert Rose and Blueberries

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After noticing that the desert rose that I brought back as a cutting from Vietnam was wilting in the sunny spot on my porch, I moved it to a shadier area. Months and months later, the leaves are glossy again and the flowers are all abloom.

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My roses have all dried in their pots and I plan to move them to my porch. It's just far too sunny in the backyard for them. I hope they'll revive. That's my Autumn Sunset Climbing rose in the back and a blueberry plant my friend E(L) purchased for me as a thank you gift for a cooking lesson.

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Snowbird rose in the back. And another attempt at growing tomatoes.

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Other garden updates.

1 year ago today,
2 years ago today, Aguadito de Pollo (Peruvian Chicken Soup).
3 years ago today, Mi Xao Don Thit Bo (Vietnamese Crispy Chow Mein with Beef).
4 years ago today, Sauteed Squash Blossoms.

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