Sunday, September 30, 2012

Carrot & Soy

After being battered by rain several times, these carrot seedlings are still alive and growing. It's my first time growing carrots in Singapore. Honestly I never knew what to expect and I'm so grateful to have them in my garden. The leaves are so soft and delicate, and not to mention pretty to look at. At this stage, I doubt any carrot has formed below the soil yet but I'm just delighted to see them alive and well.

The soy beans from Japan are really quick growers. Within a month, few of the plants are producing soy beans already. I should have grown at least two dozen plants because I don't have enough to feed even one person.



  1. I am glad to read your post again. Thank you and happy planting.

  2. Planting carrots myself. So far they seem to be taking their own sweet time to grow. I hope they can survive this wet weather. May see some splitting of the roots with so much rain...