Eve’s garden and coffee shop

I see vanilla orchids, tropical fruit trees, and a strawberry patch for children to get messy in. Wait a minute dude, isn’t that Piper Nigrum growing all along that back wall as well?

14 thoughts on “Eve’s garden and coffee shop

  1. I was ‘given’ this patch by the Lisu Hilltribe to introduce alternative cash crops for them to substitute for their poppy ‘flowers.’

    I just recommended ganja to them. They said N.O. no!
    Life is strange – no?

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  2. Just as ‘exciting’ because I had no idea whether or not it was poisonous and if so, how deadly. Primarily due to that I separated its head from its body quite quickly. Did not have my trusty machete but only a chef’s knife so the work was still a lot more ‘up close and personal’ than I would have preferred.

    Plus there was an adult Lisu female of the feminine persuasion observing so the line between guts and nuts may have been crossed. To clarify, it was most certainly crossed.

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  3. Question re: vanilla orchids: As you may know, an acquaintance brought me one several months ago now; it has started to overreach the dowel it’s secured to…Time to transplant it? (It reminds me to be aspirational, daily, like someone I know.) Thanks in advance!

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    1. Vanilla – hmmm? Wherever on Earth did she get the idea?

      Yes or pruning is probably an equally good option. Or do nothing at all – wait & observe is sometimes fun.

      It is your plant – enjoy!

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