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Tropical Garden, Batu Caves, Malaysia
Gardening is part of my life and I want to share that portion of my zeal and joy with you. These are my thoughts, my experiences and life work. I hope it enrich and add value to you too.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Garden Landscaping - Aquatic Set-Up

I would say this is a little oasis in the midst of the garden.
The green aquatic set-up is both visual and practical in this garden application.
Somehow, its more cooler and greener when it come to this space.

I had mentioned a lot in my earlier post concerning this garden theme.
Once thing for sure, something as alive as this is constantly changing
and improving and regenerating into another progress level.
I'm pretty sure the whole design layout will constantly change over months time.
It would be definitely more richer, fuller and expanded with life.

The papyrus collection is really amazing here as they really show off their crowns.
There are few different various aquatic species introduce in this collection here.

Elephant Ears took awhile to stabilise and give out new leaves.
Some species are yet to jump start from dormancy but I believe the danger zone is over.
Its more for them to start growing and thriving.

Here placed Earthstars to stretch itself and grow unrestricted. So far they are doing fine.
There are various types here - more to add to the collection. 

I have added a singular feature of a Japanese pot to give a feature design of a blue flower.
Indeed its more foliage than floral - A representation of ceramic visual will break the common rules that not all flowers are required to be of an organic material.

Breaking the rules barrier of opposites:
Here features another ceramic figurine that features as an aquatic feline.
A rare occurance to mark the beauty of mystery and miniature details.

Here is another hidden feature of a wooden frog upon a grinding stone.
The miniature Caladium builds the visual contrast.

The other pictures below are the collection of the oasis in 360 degrees of arrayed plants featuring this theme for your viewing pleasure.

Finally, the extended view of this aquatic set-up with the Water Pond in a seamless harmony.
This indicate serenity and no major clash as when there are too many water features input can actually break the subtle harmony in the making.

Here they all correspond in their unique placement and design.

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