Friday, October 2, 2015

Lemon, Avocado, Moringa, and Pineapple

It is getting chilly here at my neck of the woods.  I am wondering if I have to   bring my tropical plants inside or are they still okay to be outside.  This is the second year that I will be bringing  them inside.  I hope that they survive another year indoor.  My lemon tree has gotten taller since last year.  I am growing some more in two pots.  
 The avocados are also doing great.  I still wonder if this plant would survive for so long in the pot.  I know that Avocado tree  is big.  For now, I am enjoying the fact that they are alive.  The moringa (malungay) you see with the avocado has gotten taller as well.  I harvested some of its leaves already and put it in a soup.
 The pineapple  are also kicking butts, they are looking fabulous.
Well I hope I can keep them alive indoors this year.
Shadow Shots

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Gemma Wiseman said...

A great range of plants. At least by having them in pots, they can be moved if the weather is unkind.

Jeannie Marie said...

Better be safe than sorry and bring them in. One unexpected dip in temperature overnight might hurt them. Nice shadows!

Ralph said...

Great looking potted garden - the green leaves, sin and shadows are beautiful!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Good luck on the plants over the winter! That's quite a bit to try to keep going. It takes a good 2 years before a pineapple will produce fruit. The fruit takes a long time to ripen. Patience!

Elizabeth O. said...

I love planting and gardening. I'd love to have my own veggie garden someday!

JOJO VITO said...

I guess pineapple can really thrive indoor. It's just that it really needs sunlight :)

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