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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

My son Roel has become a gardening enthusiast. All thanks to his school teacher on agriculture stuff and an uncle who likewise loves to plant. I shared with you their vegetable garden earlier and now after only a few weeks, the string beans is supplying us with long, healthy yummy veggie treats!

Roel happily harvesting string beans
Roel happily harvesting string beans

It is awesome how one seed could magically turn into something that nourishes our body. Roel remains amazed and is looking forward to more gardening adventure! I am too! Join us!
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13 comments:

  1. It's the best thing that a child must learn on how to love vegetable garden. A good way for them to take good care of the garden.

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  2. ahhhhh, so inspired, will join you!! wish I can take care though :( as you know me, I am always out of home :)

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  3. I like that idea. I wish I have more time to do so.

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  4. Talaga naman may green thumb ang batang ito. Next time pplant naman ampalaya or upo.

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  5. Galing naman! I wish we have a garden, I would love to have fresh veggies and fruits.

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  6. It's a great start for the kids to grow their own vegetable plant in the backyard. It's healthy and can save money buying veggies from the supermarket.. :)

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  7. Good job Roel, you have a green thumb :-) the beans looks so healthy and my kids loves to eat beans as well :-) Keep up the great work :-)

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  8. Wow! Fresh and organic harvest! I can only wish I have the same garden over here! :D

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  9. this made me wish we have a backyard and it made me miss my papa who is a gardening enthusiast too.

    glad Roel has a green thumb. :)

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  10. How cool, Dokie! At such a tender age, he has honed his gardening skills! Sure he has green thumbs! ;-)

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  11. Great job Roel. I hope to see you harvest more on your garden. :)

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  12. I love fresh green beans.We had them for dinner tonight.I am so glad your son has picked up the passion for gardening.It is a healthy activity; and isn't it amazing what God creates? If he can create such wonders to nourish our body from one little seed, just imagine what he can do with us!!

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  13. The string beans look really healthy and wonderful! They will make such wonderful dishes!

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