Wednesday, May 03, 2006

The growing hope (^_^)

I love Indonesian spicy food, and Hiro loves Italian peperontini. We need chilli that can't be found in Korea. Trust me, though Korean food are almost all hot, the taste is somewhat different. As a chilli lover, I can feel the difference.

Last November I still had my Indonesian chilli left, and Hiro just got peperontini sent from Italy, so we planted them in our house. But none grew up. We watered them everyday, for nothing. Until then we got bored waiting. Thus there were two green pots we almost forgot in our house. As well as having chilli trees.

Last two weeks by accident we saw mini tomatoes trees sold in a supermarket. We remembered that we have two empty pots in our house so we bought two trees. Then we enjoy these new "toys". Watering them everyday, and checking their development.

But....
Look at what we found growing up together with our tomato trees!!



Small chilli trees are suddenly popping up!!!!!

The hope of having chilli trees is growing up again \(^o^)/


........but whose chilli trees are they? mine or Hiro's? [curious mode: ON]

7 comments:

Sheila said...

HOAHAHAAHAHAHAHA.... selamat yaaa atas tumbuhnya pohon cabe!! The one thing that I DEFINITELY don't miss at all from my homeland. Hihihihi...

imoet said...

hihihihi
iya ya...kamu kan salah satu orang indonesia yang anehnya gak suka pedes.

wah wah dirimu tak tahu gimana sensasi kenikmatan sebijiii aja cabe dari indonesia!!

valens said...

lucunya elu nanem tomat dan cabe di pot kecil2 gitu hihihi

Carla said...

Hehehehehehehehe... Makanan di Tegal puedes2 lho Shier. Lumayan enak buat seleraku yg rada rewel. Tapi mereka ndak pernah nanya kita mau pedes apa nggak. Pokoknya pukul rata disini semua pedes. Ella nggak mau paling kalo disuruh kesini. LOL>

imoet said...

Wah lens,
aku juga nanem mawar dan tadi baru beli bibit bunga (gak tau namanya).
Hiro ternyata juga berkebun (tepatnya suka beli bibit n nanem, gw yang kena bagian ngerawat) hahaha
Ntar ke jepang mau beli bibit rempah2 jepang yang banyak tuh dia :p.

Oi carla..
waduh rek yang di tegal!
pedes2 toh disana. hummm padahal jawa tengah biasanya makanannya manis toch! hihi jadi pingin nyoba.
iyo..ella matek gak iso makan nek dateng ke tegal nek ngono =))

Kurojinba said...

So, you now have a double fun on these plants! :P
Generally, in a temperate climate such as Japan or Korea, there is a suitable seeding season:autmun or early spring.
Seeds have the "suitable temperture" to germinate, for example, almost Chile Peppers' suitable temperture is 20-25C.
November is to cold to germinate for them, so they kept sleeping untill this season.
And now, the temperture is OK, and you fed them a lot of water, it's Ok for them to coming out. :D
Looking forward to hear that you've got a lot of chilles in both Italian and Indonesian!!

imoet said...

Oooooooo....
I just knew that there's such season for starting seeding!!
But seed can sleep in the pot for that long!? interesting!
Heheheh....I do hope we will have both kind of chilles (^_^)