Nurturing Nature's Gifts: My Balcony Garden Update after a sudden Rain.

in HiveGarden2 months ago

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In my little corner of the world, amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life, lies a small balcony garden that serves as my sanctuary. Recently, a sudden rain shower transformed the muddy garden into a haven of hope and growth, reminding me of the beauty and resilience of nature.

As I stepped onto my balcony after the rain, I was greeted by a sight that filled my heart with joy – new sprouts emerging from the damp soil.

Despite the initial mess left by the rain, I couldn't help but feel grateful for the promise of abundance that lay ahead. Let me show you!



With each passing day, the plants in my garden are showing signs of renewed vigor, a testament to the power of nature to rejuvenate and nourish.



The blue butterfly pea holds a special place in my heart among my beloved plants. Their vibrant blue flowers bring a sense of serenity to my balcony, reminding me to appreciate the simple joys of life.

I carefully trimmed back the stems, allowing them to regrow and flourish in the upcoming season, and collected the seeds.




Despite the challenges posed by the rain, my other flower plants – the Periwinkles, the Crown of Thorns, and Madhobilotas – continue to thrive. Their vibrant colors and delicate blooms bring a sense of beauty and tranquility to my garden, serving as a reminder of the inherent resilience of nature.



One particularly exciting development in my garden is the growth of bitter melon, a vegetable that holds a special place in my culinary repertoire. As the vines begin to spread and bear fruit, I am eagerly anticipating the opportunity to harvest and enjoy them in a variety of delicious recipes.


Perhaps the most thrilling development in my garden is the blooming of the Kalanchoe plant for the first time. Its delicate flowers, tinged with shades of pink and orange, are a sight to behold, filling me with a sense of wonder and awe at the beauty of the natural world.


In addition to the bitter melon, I've also planted green peas, which have begun to sprout and grow with remarkable speed. These nutritious legumes will soon find their way into various curries and dishes, adding a fresh burst of flavor to my meals.


I've also planted various seeds that have begun to sprout with the help of the rain. These tiny shoots represent new beginnings and growth potential, filling me with hope and excitement for the future.

As I tenderly care for these delicate plants, I am reminded of the beauty of the natural world and the importance of nurturing and protecting it.

In nurturing and tending to these plants, I find solace, joy, and a sense of purpose. Each leaf, flower, and fruit is a testament to the resilience of life, and a reminder of the importance of cultivating a deep reverence for the natural world.

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Whenever it rains, we see a great increase in the beauty of such plants and flowers because when it rains, the plants and flowers that are there become much cleaner and this is the way we see them. has maintained it by working hard.

Rain is a blessing for nature. Thanks for your response.

Most welcome dear.

Good morning dear friend @rem-steem
Rain is a blessing for our plants, it does incredible things with the growth of plants.
How beautiful and happy your balcony looks, your plants look very good.
I appreciate you giving us an update on your garden.
have a great day

I agree, rain makes me happy just like the plants. :)
Thanks for your response.
Have a good day.

 2 months ago  

Isn't it amazing what rain can do, as opposed to tap water?

Sure, rain is such a blessing.
Thanks :)

Your effort for gardening started to give you the result of it. Flowers bloomed, fruits came and started to grow. I think as a gardener it's one of the most happiest moment for you.


Indeed, it was quite hard work and now I can see the result. Thanks :)

The plant are actually looking so fresh and looking great. They are well taken care of that's why it is looking fresh

Rain made them looks better :)
Thanks for your appreciation.

Those look really nice, especially since a lot of them have flowers. I think I have a plant similar to the last one.

Flowing plants make the small garden looks happy :)
Good to hear you have a similar one over there.
Have a good day.

Glad to see that at first the rain wasn't heavy if not it will have cause something terrible

I'm glad that didn't happen!

Glad the rain wasn't heavy and thank God it didn't destroy things that pretty much

That's a good thing for sure, otherwise the garden would look a lot different by now. Thanks for your thoughtful response.


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So beautiful and vibrant!

Is this a Euphorbia?

It's periwinkle, the thorny one is Euphorbia.
Thanks for asking.

Thank you.