Friday, 4 December 2009

My Hubby's Secret Garden

My hubby really loves nature and gifted with 'green fingers', we have our own Secret Garden at our backyard. Whenever he's free, my hubby will spend his time in his 'Secret Garden'....

With the touch of his 'green fingers' & cares, we have our home grown Black Mulberry Tree (Morus Fruit).

Black mulberry fruits are large and juicy, with a good balance of sweetness and tartness that makes them the best flavored species of mulberry.

The ripe fruits of the black mulberry contain about 9% sugar with malic and citric acid. The berries can be eaten out of hand or used in any way that other berries are used, such as in pies, tarts, puddings or sweetened and pureed as a sauce.



Our Black Mulberry Tree
The berries are ready for harvest
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Freshly harvested Black Mulberry Berries....mmm delicious & sweet
The Berries nourish the Yin and Blood and also as natural antioxidants


Miracle Tree of Life - Moringa Oleifera
In Malaysia this tree is known as Kelor.
Indians call this tree as Marunggai.

Research had shown that an ounce of Moringa leaves contain:
- seven times the Vitamin C found in oranges
- four times the Vitamin A found in carrots,
- four times the calcium found in milk,
- three times the potassium found in bananas
- two times the protein found in yogurt.

For this reason, it has put Moringa as the most nutritious vegetable plant around and has been used as fortificant in noodles, bread, biscuits, delicacies, burgers, hotdogs, porridge and as tea due to its richness in vitamins and minerals.




Home Grown Moringa Oleifera - Kelor



My hubby likes to brew its leaves as tea
-for natural antioxidants .



My hubby's Vermiculture hobby
eeeee...this one is a little bit scary to me!


Hubby's lovely obedient worms: Perionyx Excavatus
( Indian Blue or Malaysian Blue)


picture right: Organic Biorector
Hubby's vermicomposting Perionyx Excavatus
worms are busy working




My hubby's Vermicompost Supplies
(Organic Fertilisers) for all his plants





6 Yorum var:

siti ajar bt yaakob said...

salam kak engku...bertuahnya badan..dapat suami rajin dan pandai menjaga kesihatan...alhamdulillah,,

mamamin said...

assalamualaikum wbt
kak ungku betty..

wah!! mama tertarik sungguh dengan black mulberry berries tu..
mana nak dptkan benih dia ye

dbalkis said...

K.Bad, hebatnya...saya sangat suke semuanye kecuali encik2 worms tu....

Kak Ungku Betty said...

Salam...Kak Siti Hajar, suami saya memang jaga kesihatan sejak kena kencing manis...part makan ubat pahit2 & herbs dia boleh tahan. Selain daripada itu dia nak maintain awet muda selalu...haha

Kak Ungku Betty said...

Salam Mamamin...anak pokok mulberry tu kawan suami saya yang beri...dari tissue culture. Kalau Mamamin berhajat benar, saya boleh semaikan anak dia dan insyaAllah kami akan courierkan kepada Mamamin.

Kak Ungku Betty said...

Haah lah Balkis...Kak Bad pun geli-geliman dibuatnya...saya tengok dari jauh dan dalam gambar aje...hehe

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