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Monday, April 13, 2020

Vertical Garden Update - April 2020

After the rainy wet season, the dry and hot season triggered a lot of set back on these plants especially the sensitive ones. Some of the orchids and episcias were unable to co-pe the stress and started to fall out.

As I mentioned in my earlier post concerning the predicament, I started to rearrange them on my best possible options.

As you notice, the morning sun shine bright and strong - almost like blasting heat rays on them.
I had lost few of the plants during this season. I guess it is all part and parcel of gardening.

I took the opportunity to propagate and span out more agloanema's to give that lavish strong red tones which I find fabulous and hardy for this set-up.

I also reset my Spanish Moss together giving that neat curtain cascading look.

I also enjoy the bougainvillea which constantly gives out the pink blooms 
Almost like a sakura petal falling formation feeling when they gracefully adorn my garden.

Truly a remarkable feeling when caring and cultivating them almost for 10 years now.
Thank you so much for keeping up and following up with me.

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