Baby carrots. Boy are these slow! These are more than one month old!
Capsicum! Knowing my experience with chillies, will this be the same?
Radish! I have three of this. Planning to add more, three is not enough for my family!
The ever popular, easy growing spring onions. The one right in front with the bigger shoots is grown from big onions. The one behind it is grown from shallots. Shallots will give a more fragrant but narrower shoots. I usually use this for garnishing. For the big onions, I plant the smaller sized ones, these will give larger, broader shoots which I usually use for stir-fries. Do you call these leaves or shoots or stems? Can anyone clarify on this? Whatever it is called, this is a must have with my kids when they have their chicken porridge.
Chives! I have a battle with chives. They just refused to grow for me and I have been trying again and again. I think this is the third packet of seeds that finally have grown to this height. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will continue to grow. It is actually growing ever so slowly! I think that it is testing my patience! I have never seen chives sold in the market with the roots still intact, unlike the corianders. Otherwise they can be grown direct from the market!
Faithful ladies fingers! This is easy to grow and easy to fruit too! I have four of this!
Nai pak. Only these and a few more. The snails has a party with the rest of the seedlings!