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Continuation of “our chick pea experience”


Chick pea flower ©copyright2014owpp

Chick pea flower
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Now that I have my brand new gardening section I have the incentive to share my previous attempts at it.
This is the continuation of our chick pea experience which you can check here…
https://oawritingspoemspaintings.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/our-chick-peas-experience/ we managed to grow one chick pea out of the whole plant which is a far cry from proper gardening (let’s put it this way, it won’t feed the family!) but that one was just as exciting as the pepper we discovered two days ago 🙂
If anybody had a successful try at it, I’d be more than happy to take the advice!
I took photos of the maturation process, just scroll down…
Have a relaxing weekend 🙂

Our chick pea is out!! ©copyright2014owpp

Our chick pea is out!!
©copyright2014owpp

Letting it mature... ©copyright2014owpp

Letting it mature…
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Cracking it open ©copyright2014owpp

Cracking it open
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Dangling by a thread ©copyright2014owpp

Dangling by a thread
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Trying out indoor-veg-art :) ©copyright2014owpp

Trying out indoor-veg-art 🙂
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About oawritingspoemspaintings

A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

6 responses »

  1. Bella serie, si vede l’orchidea nel suo percorso di nascita!!
    Ciao, buona serata. Pat

    Reply
  2. Wow! what a wonderful thing! and the art photo is very good too.

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  3. What an exciting photo essay! I have often wondered what a chickpea looked like before it was dried for the market. Apparently, they are easy to grow? Thank you for sharing this, and now I will go out into the garden and try my hand at it! Like you, it may not feed the family, but it will be fun nonetheless! 🙂

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    • I have never tried to plant it in a garden, it was in my kitchen until it grew taller then I put it out on my balcony summer time.
      It really gives me a load of pleasure when I get such warm response as yours and gave you through my post the incentive to have fun too 🙂
      Thank you for visiting and for your kind yours!

      Reply

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