Recreating My Small Backyard Garden - Part 2

When I mentioned HERE ( back in June ) that I would be super slow at reporting Part 2 and Part 3 of my Recreating My Small Backyard Garden, I never thought I would be this VERY SLOW actually! ( It took me more than four months time to do so! ). But, blame me not, given the fact that I had been really very busy for the past few months! I was busy travelling between cities ( Kuala Lumpur - Ipoh - Penang ), participating in Buddhist Retreat Camps, working and learning new things from my teacher.

Finally, last week, I was able to spend some time in the garden, fertilizing, potting up long time neglected cuttings and plants, trimming, weeding, and most importantly, rearranging all the pots of plants that I have, so that My Small ( twenty-two feet by eleven feet ) Backyard Garden looks more neat with ample space in the middle for arms and body stretching and also, for some portable garden furniture placing when necessary.

Here they are, pictures taken from three different angles of My Small Backyard Garden, after the rearrangement of pots was done:

Ornamental Plants Corner

Activity Space

Fruit, Herb and Vegetable Plants Corner

All for now! Till Recreating My Small Backyard Garden - Part 3 is completed! Again, do bear with me if I am super slow! Thank you so much for reading this! Bye!


  1. Hello I was wondering if you were okay. That really is a small space but shows what can be done using pots like that. Take care. xx

    1. Oh Flighty, I'm so sorry to have gone missing for so long without notice! I"m alright all the while. Thank you so much for your kind concern and support always!
      Talking about space, that's not really the limit yet! I'm now thinking about planting vertically next year. Perhaps getting lighter pots up the fence 😄...
      I'll always take good care of myself. Don't worry ...

  2. Good to hear from you, I've missed you! Your travels sound interesting. Your new pot arrangements look terrific!xxx

    1. Sorry for being so absent! I've missed you all too, Snowbird, and your beautiful blogs!
      Oh, those travels really were interesting but I prefer to stay at home more! 😄
      Thank you so much for your ever kind comments on my small garden!