Monday, May 24, 2010

Planting Brinjal Seedling

After reading BangChik & KakDah's posting on brinjals in their My Little Vegetable Garden, I feel very keen to try planting brinjal. So, I made a trip to the Shah Alam Farmers' Market to purchase brinjal seeds.

Unfortunatly there is no brinjal seeds available from the Agriculture students stall. So I opt to buy the seedling of a round brinjal for RM2. That's the beginning of my relationship with Lady B ('B' for Brinjal)! I hope it will be a smooth ride for both of us.

I placed Lady B in a pot upon returning home. Lucky that we have a small garden at the back of the house. I grow edible plants here. It has been 2 weeks since I brought this seedling home and seems like it is growing healthily. I look forward to the days when I can share with you photos of brinjals growing on Lady B.

Wish you all a lovely week ahead!


AaronVFT said...

So cute! Hope they produce many purple fruits for you!

Stephanie said...

JC, well, I have seen cherry tomato seedlings and so tempted to get those. I didn't get them in the end as I am constraint by space and budget!

Either seeds or seedlings, I am sure you are able to handle them well. I hope all goes well and you will be rewards with lots of brinjals later. Have a great day!

KL Vegetable Garden said...

JC, you are very good with your flowers, I'm sure you'll have no problems with 'Lady B' too !. Wish u smooth riding... ;-)

Tanya Boracay said...

Hello J.C.

I hope it can be taller and healthier plants.

Just like to share with you a beautiful quote...

"You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life" - Albert Camus

You can get more quotes about happiness at


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