It would be quite unbecoming of me to show step-fatherly treatment to our yellow capsicum – while I spoke so effusively of our red capsicum in an earlier post – which, though a wee bit late in yielding fruit, has contributed in no lesser way to, well, my cultivation of knowledge. This round of experimentation … Continue reading Yellow there!
I am aware that many of you here have been growing tomatoes since ages, but for me this was my first attempt, and the journey of these past six months – from seeds to fruit – has been a very valuable learning experience. Come to think of it, over the past year, my home garden … Continue reading To-may-to, To-mah-to… Ta-ma-tar!
Imitating wasps but a sting we have not, bright bands warn without being caught. Given a fly’s head and large eyes to spy, unlike a wasps’ four, two wings to fly. Hovering around flowers, nectar we seek, much like bees pollinating, yet so meek. Our larvae feed on aphids, save your crop, in being beneficial … Continue reading Have you met Hoverflies?