Tried many times and finally succeeded at growing cuttings from Mum and Dad’s Mango and over 100-year-old Mulberry tree.
Decided to transplant it into a self watering-pot [no idea if they are any good compared to a wicking bed] since there was signs of new growth in the mango cutting.
While transplanting, I didn’t notice any root system in the mango cutting. Didn’t want to disturb the mulberry cutting so didn’t see any roots either. I had them in a zip lock bag mini green house outside.
So.. should I leave them be? Or should I put a bag over them to re-create the green house effect?
Thank you so much,
After COUNTLESS attempt at growing ginger I finally have 1 that succeeded out of the 3 bottles I made.
So since I have never got to this stage before, I have no idea what to do/ not to do next.
At the moment I have placed it in a zip lock bag outside to keep it moist as I am unable to water it daily over the weekend. I am worried it might cook in the bag. So should i leave it outside with a little opening, or should I just zip it all up and bring it inside?
Our 2nd raised garden wicking bed! Unfortunately the frame was not strong enough and a few weeks after, it collapsed on us! So all our hard work and effort to sand, paint the frame was all wasted!
Been meaning to bake these Brazilian pão de queijo for a while now since I was on the gluten-free diet.
But since then, I have been told by my doctor that it won’t work for me. So I am off it but still bake for those with gluten intolerance.
This recipe is from Flavor City modified for the Kenwood Cooking Chef. However for this recipe all you need is a blender :p
Check out the recipe below ^^