A 3 hour trips to the Garden by the Bay Singapore uncover many beautiful yet common flowers.
Part I of this post is the common roadside flowers whereas Part II of the post the photo taken in a section of
I love plants. When I drove or when I strolled in the park or even around the neighborhood, I will always be amazed by the various shapes and styles that plants have chosen to present themselves for purposes of reproduction.
National/State Flower Series – East Asia 7 – Macau Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China – Nelumbo Nucifera
“Nelumbo nucifera, known by a number of names including Indian lotus, sacred lotus, bean of India
Hey, everybody, how is my little red flower, is it nice? I am old and sturdy but actually, I am young at heart…….
I love plants. When I drove or when I strolled in the park or even around the
Carnation is Spain’s national flower (or clavel in Spanish or 康乃馨 in Chinese) and widely grown in the Aragon region of Spain. Also called Dianthus Caryophyllus , carnation is a favorite flower of choice and revered for centuries. It’s Latin
National Flower Series – East Asia 1 – Japan (De-facto or non-official)
Japan do not have officially declared national flowers like other countries. However, two flowers that have significant influences in Japanese cultures and histories : Chrysanthemum (菊花) and Cherry
National Flower – Indonesia There are three categories of floral emblem that symbolize Indonesia; puspa bangsa (national flower) of Indonesia is Melati (Jasminum sambac), puspa pesona (flower of charm) is Anggrek Bulan (Moon Orchid) (Phalaenopsis amabilis) and puspa langka (rare
National Flower Series – Brunei Darussalam – Dillenia or Simpoh
Dillenia or commonly known as Simpoh or Simpor orSimpur is a genus of 100 species of flowering plants in the family Dilleniaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of southern
National Flower Series – Kingdom of Cambodia (Mistrella Mesnyi or Rumdul)
Rumdul (银帽花、隆都花) or mitrella mesnyi is a species of flowering plant in the soursop family, Annonaceae. In a 2005 royal decree by King Sihamoni of Cambodia, the rumdul or