It's good when your garden is resilient against manager-busy-ness. Things are still growing, and fast. Some parts of the garden are now more chaotic ("organized chaos") than ever, but hey, look at the false roselle:
It is not the "real" roselle, but a good substitute with sour leaves. I nicked this one from seeds in Nueva Ecija.
The evil-spirit-protection tuber (gabi-like) is finally peeking out of the betel leaves.
The patch of kamantigue came up nicely after the rains:
My collection of gingers is growing. Here's a langkawas I am about to transfer to a better place:
Large mushrooms from the rains:
And the most excellent bit of news: my achuete tree-ling, though barely up to my knee, is flowering and fruiting!
Some beans growing beside: