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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Kubis dalam pasu - CABBAGE IN POTS. Again.

Yes, we had bought more cabbage from the market than what we had grown ourselves .  That is a different story altogether.  Growing vegetables is fun. It is nice to be part of the green world, seeing vegetables growing in front of our own eyes.

It's cabbage now in our little garden. Huh,  It was one weeklong without rain, so Kakdah had to water them regularly.


next cabbage leaves will soon grow inwards to form cabbage head

cabbage

4 cabbages in pots


After growing cabbage several times, we can roughly guess which stage they in now. Spinach or kale will grow upwards over time. For cabbage, once the stem has grown strong and tough, it will grow inwards to form the cabbage head.




_______________bangchik and kakdah_______________



12 comments:

  1. A truly inspirational idea to grow cabbages in pots, we might try growing some kale in a pot as we've run out of space in our raised beds. Franny & Suzy from Plot 57b

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  2. In the garden I had always troubles with growing cabbages. May be I give it a try in pots. Your cabbage looks nice, untouched by insects or snails.

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  3. Strange thought for me - growing cabbages in pots! Do they have pest like caterpillars in your part od the world as yours look extremely nibble free? We have to net ours or either the wood pigeons devastate them or the white butterflies lay eggs on them and their caterpillars devastate them.

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  4. salam kak dah; nmpk segar betul kobis.tu...ingat nak cuba tanam dalam pasu jugak...nmpk mcm mudah diurus..

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  5. Surprisingly for me, cabbage is quite easy to maintain.. Cuma nak tunggu head dia terbentuk tu yang bercinta sikit. Hehehe

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  6. I grow cabbage in pot too! It's easy to find shaded place and keep snail at bay! The cabbage look good!

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  7. Hello, so nice to visit your blog and see you growing so many wonderful vegetables!

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  8. I tried growing cabbage once, and it grew into a tiny cabbage with just a few leaves. It remained that way for almost a year! I gave up after that!
    I should try again.

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  9. The cabbage plant looks healthy. I did not know those facts about it.

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  10. Salam Ramadhan Kakdah, i have planted betel leaf (pokok sirih )in pots and thot to bring it to hometown during raya as my MIL wanted it :) beautiful kubis you have.

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  11. Hi, I saw there is a post regarding to the chili farm which apply the fertigation system, may I know where can I get that technique or is there any person that i can be contact with? thank you for your help.~ really appreciate that.

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  12. Hello Bangchik and Kakdah, cabbages look beautiful in pots as well. Maybe these will make one good raya dish hehe... yum!

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