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Slow Sundaze

Slow sundaze planting some more of my favorite veggies; sweet pea, french beans, white radish, turnip, red spinach and lada padi.

Recently I also planted white radish seeds I got from the local supermarket – I didn’t plan to but why not, right? Later when I got home I started reading more about the mild-flavored winter radish and found that they are arguably one of the easiest vegetables to grow… so stoked to harvest my radishes once they mature! Meanwhile, I gotta get me some more soil an repot ’em real soon and plant some more green goodies.

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My late grandma and mom introduced me to the healing powers of aloe vera when I was kid. I haven’t taken any manufactured drugs for a while now and so far lavender and aloe vera have been an absolute wonder healing all minor cuts and insect bites. Apart from radishes, aloe vera is also so easy to care for! Mints, on the other hand…

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This is my first time planting sweet peas, and I feel like maybe I’m not doing a great deal of caring for them… they don’t look as vibrant as my other veggies! I’m really excited, but it’s been raining and because we have such a tiny roof, my recycled bottles are always flooded… I should’ve made bigger watering holes, ugh!

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HELLO, ANA JONESSY is a travel, festival and lifestyle blog by Ana Jonessy, a wanderlusting Sabahan in love with all that Southeast Asia and the world have to offer. I want to be engulfed by the beauty of the wilderness and magic and kindness.

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