Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Ashitaba part 1

Lately we've been planting some Ashitaba (Angelica Keiskei) in our garden. We got these seedlings around November 2014. We immediately planted some directly in the soil and some in big pots. Here are some pictures:




They suggest that the distance between plants should be around one meter. We decided to plant lettuces and other vegetables in between while the Ashitaba seedlings are still small. 

More pictures and details to come...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

sir paano proper way ng pagdidilig nito?kasi ashitaba plant ko nsa pots lng..salamat

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

Pag nasa pots po kahit 2x a week lang. Ayaw na ayaw nila ng sobrang tubig.