25 thoughts on “Fruit Picking – Titli’s Busy Garden 2014 Week 26

    deeshna aa

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    love your tomatoes and strawberries.😍😍 Wish to farm the same. with lots of love. -deeshna

    ame4lia

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    I admire you and you're thoughts.Titli nihaan I think you are wonderful and I love watching all your videos. Cooking, bread making and garden. You are so talented!

    Mike Miscia

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    I used to love your cooking and gardening advise until I learned you were a Muslim.
    Do you not care about women's rights, honour killings, forced marriage, genital mutilation and all the other civil liberties denied women in Islam.
    Shame on you !!

    HiroPiro

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    his titli Muslim 

    Phyllis Sporing

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Rewards from whom?

    Phyllis Sporing

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    If she is muslim, doesn't she supposed to wear the thingy on her head? Isn't that punishable by stoning or something. Don't want to lose our Titli and her great recipes.

    thundercloud47

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    I'd like to throw my 2 cents in, if you please :).  If you would consider pulling your soil up around your corn plants, as you did your potato plants, they would have more soil that would help support their long lankiness.  Also, I can't help but wonder if you didn't get a packet of 'iffy' San Marzano seeds.  I'm not 'diss-ing' the seed company, but it is a possibility.  Though haven't grown this variety, I've seen them grown, and they were what looked to be longer and bigger around than the similar roma tomato, and oh so meaty as well.  We're going to give the San Marzano a try next year.  Here's hoping you might reconsider growing them.  Also hope this was somehow helpful, for what it's worth.   Mrs. Tc

    purgaruRO

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    You have such a beautiful way of talking about your plants… There a lot of people who are so use to having such plants in the garden every year that they don't see them as special anymore. Nice, Titli! I'm a big fan of your busy garden. Greetings from Romania! 🙂 A, and I would like to send you some traditional tomatoes seeds from this part of the world if you plan to grow tomatoes next year too.

    Teemu

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Oh boy, we have 8 blaccurrant bushes ourselves and every year we're overwhelmed by the amount of currants we get. This year there are hardly any tho.

    Fensterfarm Greenhouse

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Hey Titli. Our channels have a lot in common. I subbed yours and have a lot of catching up to do. Quite a few videos to go! 🙂
    Chuck

    petluverz

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Hi Titli. How are you? Just to let you know your fans from around the world are missing you and are looking forward to your next video.

    ATW6 WONDERS

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    are you ok? are you sick? no videos this weekend???
    I wait all week just for you 🙁

    Shahida Aktar

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    By the way LOVE ur channel and keep up the good work in ur garden I wish my garden looked as good as ur's ☺️

    Shahida Aktar

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Ramadan Kareem😃

    OneUmmahFisebilillah

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Fasting is very healthy. Its like inside surgery with no cuts, it also cleans organism. 🙂
    Perfect system of life = islam.

    ejẹki alọ

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Does anybody know where I can get sweetcorn plugs or plants online? I REALLY want to grow it this year. Is it too late to sow a really early variety?

    Thanks for your help!

    ali salvacion

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Titli, just want to ask, Breads are allowed during ramadan?

    anne lee

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Ramadan is looked forward to because of the celebration and community involvement surrounding it in many countries. Without that fun and group participation, it must seem quite solitary. I've experienced Ramadan in many Muslim majority countries and the happy atmosphere around Iftar fills the evening. Although I'm not religious, I've often been beckoned to join by generous groups of people. Religion doesn't move me but sharing and kindness certainly does.

    Patricia Niedrich

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    VERY VERY unhappy that you go on about Ramadan (ie.'getting closer to God')     and then give His creation (birds) short shrift with your "fruit cage". Never seen so miserly a thing in this world. In my garden, my husband and I PURPOSEFULLY plant more fruit so both the birds, squirrels, rabbits and us can enjoy God's blessings upon us.We have a hedgerow of upright Hicksii yews so the birds can nest and feed during winter months. We put out fat/suet cakes for their benefit. I find that they take care of pests and slugs so I barely IF EVER have to put slug bait down like you have to. Our yard is filled to the brim with many birds, but yet, somehow, I can always enjoy a handful of blueberries, cherries, champagne and red currants, along with my peaches, plums, apples and crabapples. And tomatoes, and the rest of it. Change your perspective, I wanted to cry when I saw the birds had to work so hard to get a little berry, and then the fright of not being able to get out so quickly. And their friends trying hard to help them out of your "fruit cage", chirping up a storm. You should be ashamed of your miserly behavior.   

    PD Pond

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Very relaxing, very enjoyable. Gardening is heaven on earth.

    Francesco Cola

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Hi Titli! I live in Italy and I am growing (and eating) very healthy san marzano tomatoes in this period. Maybe Uk is not the best place cause they need loooads of direct sun. It's the only explanation that I can give u, because seems to me that u are a very excellent gardener (in fact , u're my teacher number one from a couple of years) 🙂

    BeeRich33

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Did you knock the bell end?  Ding a ling.  With your tomatoes, try elevating the bag (ahem) so that it drains well instead of sitting in your water.  Or reduce watering so that you ride the "dehydration" signs.  Rot is mycelium from a mould, which thrive on water.  Or, fight the fungus with some compost tea, which is basically providing an environment and inoculation of good bugs.  Just a thought.  I could be completely full of shit, but it's insight.  

    Heinz, started by Fortnum & Mason (you might have heard about them), just pulled out of Leamington, Ontario, about 3 hours from me.  Plethora of tomatoes now.  

    Morning Glories are going gangbusters in soil that breathes, and going slowly in tight soil.  Interesting.  

    The chicken wire squeeze is good for concert security.  Then I throw some shapes.  

    Cameo by the Terrorist!  Such a lovely terrorist.  

    I've had 2 coffees, so I'm verbose.  Yeah.  

    BeeRich33

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Hello

    Ian Naylor

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Ramadan kareem.

    Richy James

    (July 27, 2017 - 8:16 pm)

    Titli why do you do ramadan when your not a muslim ?

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