|3. Sunkist Ixora|
|6. Medinilla astronioides|
|7. Sweet Basil|
|8. Rose Begonia|
The seeds were give to me by Miruku's Garden. I didn't have much luck with those I purchased earlier which were sold in seed packets. Sometimes, none of the seeds germinated. This time almost all the seeds that I sowed have germinated and now I don't have enough space to plant all of them. Thank you very much, Miruku!
|13. Common Lime Butterfly|
|14. Lime Butterfly|
|15. Ixora fruit berries|
|16. Phaleria macrocarpa|
|17. Cat Whiskers|
|18. White Butterfly Pea|
Clitoria ternatea - White Butterfly Pea.
It is starting to produce bean pods and I am waiting to collect and save some seeds.
|19. Cosmos caudatus|
|20. Pink Rose|
This pink rose is very fragrant.
I have collected some dried Stevia flowers and trying to germinate some plants. No luck yet.
|22. Desert Rose|
Three of its 5 branches are producing flowers now, each with multiple blooms like this.
|24. Desert Rose|
|25. Desert Rose|
This is a single flower variety. It has thick, "furry" petals.
|26. Grasshopper on sunflower bud|
|27. Impatiens balsamina|
This garden balsam with orange-red flowers are grown from seeds from Miruku's Garden.
|28. Malvaviscus arboreus fruit|
|29. Mirabilis jalapa|
|30. Magnolia x alba - the scent of JOY perfume|
I would like to apologise for my delay in returning your comments and visiting your blogs due to my busy schedule at the moment. Lastly, wishing you a wonderful weekend and wishing all Malaysians: "Happy Holidays!" and,