The cashew trees too are putting up new leaves, but I thought it is time for them to put out flowers and fruits. Looks like this is going to be a lean year for cashew crop. On the other hand, the mango trees all over the campus are laden with flowers. If they survive the morning mist and the possible rain that comes around this time of the year, it would be a good crop. Let's see how things turn up.
Friday, 9 March 2012
Plants and fruits in Kondadaba
Summer certainly has set in, but along with it, new leaves too have begun to show up on most of the trees. The grass however is all dry and eaten by white ants. Here's a photo of one of the trees along the road bordering our football court. One can see the court in the background. Some great soul planted these trees along the edge of the court and they do provide good shade and are a sight to behold all along the year as they are full of leaves.