Besides the fuels, fresh fruits, vegetables, bakery products, LPG gases and other daily commodities have been scarce due to the recent blockade in Nepal. It is common to hear people complain about the these shortages. With the great festival Dashain, approaching closer, this shortage is definitely going to dampen our celebration. Few have started opting… Read More Victory Garden
One of my favorite ways of spending time is by taking photographs of the flowers in my garden. Few weeks back, my friend Aanchal came at my home. Here are some of the photographs she took. Enjoy! 🙂 Verbena Carpet Flower in Nepali Spring- Green leaves in Guava tree Euphorbia Curry leaves Nasturtium Ghanti phool… Read More Flower Power
I learnt about coco-peats in the International Conference on Climate Change Innovation and Resilience for Sustainable Development. Since then, I had been eager to experiment with coco-peats in my garden. Later, a rendezvous with a gardener Sumit, made me realize I should get these soon. We talked about what to plant, how to plant and… Read More Experimenting with Coco-Peats: Let’s go Tomatoes Baby!
My thesis defense date is approaching! I cannot think straight right now. Meanwhile here are pictures of the flowers in my garden. No facebook, No twitter, nothing from now till November 6th. Okay bye! Wish me luck 😀
Happiness is getting a good harvest and being able to enjoy it! 😀 The coriander I sowed back few months ago is fully grown now. Coriander is also known as “cilantro” and “dhania” in Nepali. It is one of the popular and most commonly used spices in Nepal. Owing to my enthusiasm on herbal drinks,… Read More Coriander Juice