Believe it or not, these plants are in the USA. Every summer, Poppo Olag who lives in the suburbs of Washinton D.C. embarks on a gardening project that turns his backyard into a Suklayin farm look-alike. So if you live near the place and suddenly feels the urge to eat sinigang sa adwas or tinutung gabi, you know who to contact.
These are his adwas. Planted on giant pots so that Poppo can move them to the garage when winter sets in.
Hmm, the gabis are ready for a dish of tinutu, or pinangat, or just plain binagoongan with adwas.
With his ampalayas. He also has sitaw and upo. Next time he will try kidya, kabulaw and kabatiti.