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Monday, September 7, 2020

Garden Thoughts: Autumn in the Tropical

There is no autumn here..
Nor winter or spring.
Just make do with the colors that mimics the season and enjoy what nature throw in my perpetual tropical garden.

Cissus bicolor commonly known as Trailing Rex Begonia -underside foliage cascading view


Lorelei US said...

Love your plants! I wish I lived in a warm climate like you. I must bring all of my plants indoors within the next 3 weeks before the cold weather begins. I’m in the US state of Wisconsin. Winter here can get below -18C.

James David said...

There are upside and downside on where I live too.
When it is a rainy season - it get flooded and often rains throughout the day where I have to worry about plant getting rots due being too wet.
Or during the hot and dry season where it feels like baking the plants in the oven and the plants withers away.
I guess we all have to make do in what we have in our weather.
Thank you so much for your lovely comment and hope you enjoy my garden experience.

Joe Mckay said...

Very nice blog you have here

James David said...

Hi Joe,

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