Garden Harvest for May 1st Week

Garden Harvest

Vegetable Harvest for this Week from My Organic Garden:
Coriander Seeds (dhaniyaalu)
Fennel Bulbs
Brinjals (vankaaya)
Banana Peppers
Bell Peppers
Guntur Mirchi
Habanero Peppers
Pequin Peppers (in the cup)
Okra (benda kaaya)


25 Responses to “Garden Harvest for May 1st Week”

  1. Viswa says:

    Looks perfect..

  2. Looks so beautiful .. Lovely !!!

  3. Kay says:

    I was really looking forward to your harvest pics. What a feast for the eyes 🙂

  4. bhavani says:

    Do u use a lot of fertilizers? cause my tomato plant is just flowering (i am in houston too)Its been a pleasure to read about your victory garden.Please post frequently.

  5. arundati says:

    looks so gorgeous….

  6. harini-jaya says:

    Wow what a satisfying produce there!!

  7. kalva says:

    what a bounty!! love them!

  8. Archana says:

    Indeed, the fruits of hard work! Great harvest!

  9. Sobha Shyam says:

    They look lovely..awesome !!

  10. Priyamvada says:

    Your posts are a feast for the eyes and mind. What a loving gardener you must be!

  11. Mahes says:

    Wow! Nice bounty.

  12. Megan says:

    Such a lovely photo and lucky you to be harvesting such amazing produce!

  13. Awesome….kohlrabi looks real huge:)

  14. Lakshmi says:

    Woow, love that bounty! Enjoy home grown vegetables

  15. mustardseed says:

    What a pleasure this must be! Great harvest and summer has just begun!

  16. BDSN says:

    Hi Indira..

    How are you? Can you give me advice for me to get started with gardening vegetables and fruits? Where can I start and what can I do?
    Lovely pics as usual …

  17. Narayan says:

    what a Great harvest!

  18. Vanitha says:

    Wow Indira, Its a treat for the eyes. I am still waiting to plant the tomato plants here in the northeast. climate has been so chill and rainy 🙁 You already have one harvest..

    PS: those brinjals can be grown in pots.Any idea??
    Vanitha, Brinjals do well in big containers, particularly the big and bulky Italian variety.

  19. Rashmi says:

    Hello Indiragaru,
    Can you please suggest what Plant Food/Fertilizer do you use for your vegetable and other fruits and plants in your garden and how often. This is my first year gardening and your suggestion would greatly help.

    Thank you in advance.

    Hi Rashmigaaru,
    This year, I haven’t used any fertilizer for vegetable plants. I did do heavy composting during winter months and filled the beds with that compost during this spring.
    For fruit trees, I apply bone meal and all purpose fertilizer 13-13-13 during spring and fall, twice a year.
    For reliable harvest, mix the soil with compost and cow manure if possible. If you think the soil needs additional help, then add all purpose fertilizer like miracle gro etc.,
    All the best with your gardening efforts.

  20. Rashmi says:

    Hello Indiragaaru,

    Thank you so much for your quick response on my question. Your suggestion is so helpful.
    I have been a follower of your blog for a quiet a while now and I eargerly wait for your garden log pics and details all the time .
    We moved from Northeast 6 months back and believe me all the details you have regarding houston and Sugarland area, was also a key player in making up my mind to move here. So gardenening in this hot weather is new for us. We hope our efforts works well.
    Once again Thanks for everything and Good Luck

    Take Care.



    PS: you can address me as Rashmi 🙂

  21. Suma says:

    Iam a regular visitor of ur blog..vegetables looks simply great..never heard about this availbale in india?

  22. Rajani says:

    Indira I love your website and especially your photos.

  23. Renuka says:

    All this from your garden ????? you are an amazing gardener in addition to an amazing cook. I wish I had your talent to garden and to cook to as a matter of fact. The joy of growing your own vegetables is something else.

  24. lak says:

    Hi Indira garu,

    Can you give few suggestions for the first time gardeners ? From fertilizers to sectioning flower, fruit and vegetable plants. Your help is appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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