It isn’t a rare sight for us urban dwellers to find heaps of wastes lying on the ground and people scurrying towards their destination covering their noses – unable to bear the odor reeking from the waste. You must have blamed the concerned authorities and lamented about the dilapidated state of our cities. Have you… Read More How to Make Compost at Home
Saturdays are the best days to garden! I missed the feel of earth, squatting comfortably and pulling out weeds syncing with nature and getting lost in my thought. Today, after such a long time, mom and I got our hands dirty and it felt so good. I also took lots of pictures to share here.… Read More Saturday: Best Day to Garden
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
Things have been going great with my garden right now. We have cucumbers, the (in)famous lattey ko saag, maize (very few), beans (we ate so much!), tomatoes (gave it away to neighbors), lady’s finger and many more! Unfortunately due to my hectic days, I cannot take care of my flowers let alone, water them properly.… Read More Wishing for A Phone That Takes Good Pictures So I can Flaunt Better
Working for a magazine has its own perks despite the deadlines and vigorous transcribing. You meet different people and it’s fun to communicate them and talk with them about the things they are passionate about. Recently, I met a passionate roof gardener who awed me with her clever gardening skills. After some 2-3 hours of… Read More A Case of Amazing Gardening Discoveries and An Inappropriate Fruit.
June is here with blazing sun. It’s sooo hot yet thankfully,cool air blows around this bowl shaped valley. I am busy running errands for myself, visiting places, gardening in early mornings and late evenings when its relatively cool, trying my luck in baking (Unfortunately I have shown no signs of improving) and posting pictures on… Read More Bottled Joys
Before I start this post, let me tell you, I am sooooo psyched to have Indrakamal in my garden. Bought this enchanting plant two years ago and it was very tiny. After two years of constant care, the flowers have finally bloomed and it smells heavenly. Too bad the lifespan of flower is short. Indrakamal; Has… Read More Gladiolus, Weeds and Tomatoes