Growing your own organic vegetables during pandemic.

Hey, hey, hey! How's ya' doing all? Spring yet? Well, I feel like it! The morning is way lighter than in the winter, and the birds have been singing in the morning, it sounds so good to hear them in my ears again. OHHH YEAH! MY FAVORITE SEASON HERE IT COMES!!!😂😂😂 Next season is SUMMERRRR!!!! WOOTHOOH!! So anyway enough of that, LOL!
Harden sa aking munting tahanan


Okay so, I am sharing with you today what I have had in my garden last year during PANDEMIC!!!😏 I love how everyone has done gardening last summer as some people say; just one of their hobbies you know or it was just a pastime during the quarantine. So yeah! Hope this post will bring you some ideas of what to plant in your garden very soon... LET'S GET STARTED, SHALL WE NOT? okay! 😂

( My Vegetables ) Ang Aking Mga Gulay, VOW! 😂

  1. Sugar Snap Pole Green Peas;
    Harvesting
    Picked and eat kinda harvest style! Those peas last us about 3 weeks, I think not sure, what I just remember there were weeks of harvesting...
    Yes! I've never sprayed any chemicals and it produced like crazy. Heath benefits- A good source of fiber, minerals, vitamins A and C and comes of the B vitamins. More info should see it in the back of the packet.
    Info: I Bought a GMO-free package at the home depot hardware store. It's Crisp, crunchy, and delicious, it's eaten whole-pods and peas- when the pods are plump and round. Serve fresh in salads, with dip, stir-fried or steamed. Good for freezing. Grows best in cool weather.
    Info: I Bought a GMO-free package at the home depot hardware store. It's Crisp, crunchy, and delicious, it's eaten whole-pods and peas- when the pods are plump and round. Serve fresh in salads, with dip, stir-fried, or steamed. Good for freezing. Grows best in cool weather.

  2. Green-Red Swiss Chard- This vegetable is up till att his time and it is growing back as the spring is almost here. This indeed lasts all season as stated on the package.
    @the back package info: Looks like rhubarb, with bright crimson stalks and dark green leaves. Delicious, vitamin-rich leaves and stalks are tasty in salads and as cooked greens. Also great for freezing. Can be harvested all season ( True ) long by cutting the outer leaves for use and allowing the inner leaves to continue growing. Delicious in salads, quiche, and steamed with butter.

  3. Dark Star Zucchini
    Tender annual 4' bush, 6-8" fruit. Good for a grill with grill meat. Not everyone's favourite. Sad but true, it's ended up I'm the only one eating it all summer long. LOL!
    Tender annual 4' bush, 6-8" fruit. Good for a grill with grill meat. Not everyone's favorite Sad but true, it's ended up I'm the only one eating it all summer long. LOL!

4. Baby Carrots- Crispy, crunchy and sweet. Good for snacks for children. Mine love carrots.
Organic, no chemicals just grown in my garden.
These carrots last long till winter before the weather freezing.


5. Green Cabbages
No Chlimicals, no spray. Just organic cabbages grew in my garden during pandemic
No Chemicals, no spray. Just organic cabbage grew in my garden during the pandemic.
And that's a huge head of cabbage. Ingredients for our favorite dish lumpiang shanghai vegetables.
7. Green bok choy

Our favorite for soup ingredients
Our favorite ingredients for soup.
Good for soup
This vegetable is easy to grow. We called this Petchay in my country.

8. Lettuce and Red tomatoes- unfortunately, no photos. I think I accidentally deleted them along with the lettuce. :( I've tried to plant some varieties of vegetables last year but didn't go well.

Varities of non gmo and organic seeds vegetables.

And here are all of my seeds to plant and hopefully the rainy days will stop soon so that I could start planting these seeds in my small space of the garden. 😊😁

Varities of non gmo and organic seeds vegetables.

Hope this post will help you to decide what to plant in your garden to help you save on vegetables from the market.

Enjoy your day, 
❤️ Lea.

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