Thursday, June 18, 2009

Sunny Smiles and Colourful Sights.


Pitchers Plant
Mulberry Tree


  1. Here are some NZ flowers:

  2. Hi June, thanks for your comment on my blog. Glad that someone of the same suburb is visiting my blog.

  3. Hello June, TQ for those beautiful Sarracenia photos! I love them. The 'Christina' orchid is beautiful. I would love to have a blue purplish plant in my garden one day. Have a wonderful day!

  4. I love your orange amaryllis. This shade of pale orange is very beautiful. It looks like the daylilies that are grown in temperate countries.

  5. Hi Stephanie,

    My garden is in bad shape now due to a huge construction at my neighbour's house. All my plants,shrub,mulberry tree,raspberry plant, bonsai and marmalade orange plant are total affected by the dust and dirt(cement)that cover top surface of the leaves and all over the plant.We have to water the plants twice a day, but some plant just wither and rot away. We are sad about this but can't do anything because we have warn them several time and they are not doing their part. What we are going to do is save some and replant again. I like your orchid snapshot at the orchid orchard very much it remind me of my childhood day where we have a lot orchid plant at our garden. Bye

  6. Hi Autumn Belle,

    Thank you for your comment about the orange amaryllis,it grow whole year through due to our Malaysia warm climate. This plant is actually from Fraser's Hill (Hill resort in Malaysia) and the petal is a bit bigger if it is plant in a cooler temperate climate.