Failure is the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.

Hmmm, so I finally abandon my garden project. It is just too hard to grow stuff here unless I suspect, you have several generations of  understanding of what to plant when and where. Virtually everything I planted was either; scorched by the sun , rotted in the soaked ground or atomized by typhoons. I planted tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, carrots, daikon, lettuce, onions, potatoes, beni imo, cauliflower, cabbage,  garlic and goya. Nothing worked apart from the goya.

Dust to dust

Ashes to ashes

It was exactly the same story for the flowers on my balcony.

What a typhoon does to geraniums and stuff

However my new place has a protected courtyard in which I can grow banks of flowers and train vines and goya across the trellis roof. This is more intelligent.

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