Our Garden

You are at the right place if you are interested in plants. As the the title already says, here you can admire the diversity and the evolution of the plants in our garden.

This gallery will be updated periodically. The pictures are ordered newest first.

Plants

Aloe Vera

A plant with great healing powers. Click here if you want to read more about it.

Plants and herbs in our garden - Aloe Vera

Avocado

A very healthy plant that is used in a lot of products. For more Information on it click here.

  • Plants and herbs in our garden - avocado
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - avocado

Bananas

Yummy, used a lot in Indian cooking. Eating too many can lead to constipation. For more Info please click here.

  • Plants and herbs in our garden - banana
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - banana
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - banana
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - banana

Lemon

Lemons, everybody knows them. They have many uses, used for culinary and cleaning purposes. Wikipedia has more information on these.

Plants and herbs in our garden - lemon

Lime

Limes are similar to lemons but have a higher dosage of sugars and acids. Used mainly for Caipirinha (in my world). For its other uses please follow this link.

Mango

Mango, the unofficial national fruit of the Philippines comes in hundreds of variations. It is a delicious fruit used mainly in the Bengal Cuisine. For more, please click here.

Papaya

The papaya, also known as pawpaw or papaw originates from Central America. For more Information visit Wikipedia

Pineapple

Pineapples (the plant) bear Pineapples (the fruit). They originate in South America. In Europe the cultivation started in the 17th century and became a sign of luxury. Being made mostly of water, they are very sweet and contain lots of Manganese and Vitamin C. More Info available at Wikipedia.

Pomelo

he pomelo, pummelo, is an ancestor of the grapefruit. It is a citrus fruit, rich in Vitamin C and native to Southeast Asia and Malaysia. You can read more about it here.

Orange

Who doesn*t know them? Sweet, sour, rich in Vitamin C, yummy. Wikipedia

  • Plants and herbs in our garden
  • Plants and herbs in our garden

Soursop

Soursop, or Graviola as we call it here, bears a fruit that tastes like a amalgamation of strawberry, pineapple and apples with a slight touch of lime. For more infomation on it click me.

Sweet Potato

Also known as yam, or batata, the sweet potato does not belong to the nightshade family, like the potato. If you want to read more about this sweet delicious tuber, click here.

Coleus

We found it really beautiful so we got it. Supposedly the Mazatec Indians of southern Mexico used it because LSD wasn’t invented yet. You don’t believe me? Check for yourself, but I’ll help you a bit, here. Wiki just in case.

Herbs

Basil

Chilli Peppers

Very spicy depending on which type you eat. For more Info here’s a link.

  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chill
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli
  • Plants and herbs in our garden - chilli

Lemon Balm

Oregano

Rosemary

We hoped you enjoyed the pictures of the plants in our garden

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