Count Your Blessings!

With love and passion, everyone can have a nice garden...Elaine Yim

Count Your Blessings!
Count The Garden By The Flowers, Never By The Leaves That Fall.
Count Your Life With Smiles And Not The Tears That Roll.
..... Author unknown.

Knowing me, Knowing you..... Aha.....!

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Malaysian Flora USDA Zone 11
Welcome to our exotic world of everlasting summers and tropical rainforests!


Chinese Culture

  1. "Mei Hua" blossoms for Chinese New Year 2011
  2. Buying auspicious indoor plants for Chinese New Year 2011
  3. Buying plants and flowers for Chinese New Year 2011
  4. Buying citrus lime trees for Chinese New Year
  5. Solanum mammosum, Auspicious Chinese New Year fruit
  6. Lichun the first day of spring
  7. Auspicious plants for Chinese New Year
  8. My yellow daylily and the edible golden needle flower
  9. Musella lasiocarpa - A Chinese dwarf banana that looks like a lotus
  10. Nelumbo nucifera - The Sacred Lotus

  1. Tawny coaster butterfly laying eggs
  2. I held a newborn tawn coaster butterfly in my garden
  3. Ovipositing tawny coaster butterfly on Turnera ulmifolia plant
  4. Tawny coaster butterflies mating at the rooftop Secret Garden of 1-Utama
  5. A newborn tawny coaster butterfly drying its wings on the Strobilanthes hamiltoniana plant
  6. A lime butterfly and a bird was born at My Nice Garden
  7. Help! There's a bird's nest on my hydrangea plant
  8. Common Malaysian Butterflies - Penang Butterfly Farm Part 2
  9. The life cycle of butterflies - Penang Butterfly Farm Part 3
  10. Rajah Brooke Birdwing, The National Butterfly of Malaysia - Penang Butterfly Farm Part 4
  11. Atlas Moth (Attacus atlas), the largest in the world? - Penang Butterfly Farm Part 5
  12. Love on the butterfly swing - Penang Butterfly Farm Part 6
  13. One year and a beautiful lime butterfly.
  14. Caterpillars and periwinkles
  15. I'm not an alien, I'm just a baby Caterpillar
  16. Grasshopper Mating - PG13
  17. Rearing and breeding Lime Butterflies in the home garden in Malaysia

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