Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Wordless Wednesday...







14 comments:

One said...

Hi! The date you posted was 11111 and the time was 444. :)

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Pokok pinang ke tu? Cantik untuk dihias dengan tepak sireh yg posted hari tu ;-).

Bernie said...

I think the flowers and fruit of palm trees is quite lovely ... it's nice to see a photo that show just how lovely they can be!

CikLilyPutih said...

cantiklah

p3chandan said...

One..I didnt realise that, you are soo observant! Wow..11111 and 4.44! Good luck or bad luck?

Diana, bukan pokok pinang, you see the bunches of fruits behind it, pokok pinang buah dia tak tumbuh macam tu..I dah pegi dekat dan tengok.This photo was taken in Malacca last Christmas but I dont know what tree it was.

Thank you Bernie, its a palm tree but dont know exactly the name of this tree. Its not beetlenut tree either.

Salam CikLilyPutih, tima kasih datang melawat ke kebun saya ni..

rainfield61 said...

You keep so many "bowling balls" up there.

p3chandan said...

Bowling balls Rainfield?...hehehe

fer said...

Nice photo! I think i had seen this kind of palm, but I have no idea the name either.

p3chandan said...

Thank you Fer..Im waiting for someone who can name the palm tree.

Bangchik said...

just to add to comment made by ONE on numbers, there could be 88 buah pinang kecil... 88 is definitely Good Luck!

p3chandan said...

Hahaha..ye ke? Thank you mudah2an masin mulut Bangchik, I will be lucky this year! Murah rezeki, panjang umor, badan sehat dan ditemukan jodoh..haha!

milka said...

fruits look delicious hehe milka loves to eat ;)

A Year In My Garden said...

A really interesting blog - for me in the UK it is like a peek into another world - even your vegetables look different to any I have eaten - I have never seen a japanes cucumber before - okra we get alhtough I have never grown them or cooked them - mengkudu fruits also are a new one on me - I shall keep stopping by

p3chandan said...

Milka, I love to eat too..but dont know whether these fruits can be eaten.


Thank you A Year In My Garden, welcome to my small garden!This is my first attempt at growing vegetables and mostly are in containers. Do drop by now and then..