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Friday, August 20, 2021

Malaysian Tropical Garden Tour - Aug 2021 (Quick Preview)

I just wanted to take a quick video on my garden when it rains and hope you enjoy the sound of trickling waters in my garden. 

This is my Two Years Anniversary of my Garden Chronicles on this YouTube Channel. 
I had earlier uploaded the same garden a year ago. 

And I would really like to Thank all my Subscribers who have supported me and also given likes and comments to support my channel. 

Showcasing here are the plants which have been with me over the years. 
The collection of Begonias, Ferns, Vertical Wall Collection followed by the plants by the Aquatic Setting. 

Also all the Cane Begonia and the Cascading Plants - Staghorn Fern, Huperzia, Hoya, Dischidia & Orchids. Also my update on my Vertical Garden plants where I had arranged my bromeliads followed by Agloanema & Anthuriums. 

The other side are the dumbcanes and some plants where I place them in my small propagation station.
Also some new plants that I had recently cultivated: The Anthuriums and Piper species. 

More on the context on Dieffenbachia types and the companion foliage plants : Maranta, Calathea, Ctenanthe, Stromanthe, Schismatoglottis wallichii, Cascading Plant collection: I had planted Epiphyllum sp. (Queen on the night) leaf cuttings and they are stabilizing with new growth. 

A quick review on their updates on those which does well on kokedama balls, hangers and planter box: Rhipsalis, dischidia, orchids and air plants. Ferns: Bird Nest Fern Variegated, Fluffy Ruffle Ferns, Staghorn Fern, Fish-tail Fern, Boston Fern, Rabbit-foot Fern, Tassel Fern, Maiden Hair Fern, Huperzia & Selaginella.

These are features where the plants behave as cascading plants that hang like a curtain which gives a good screen for privacy and good vertical shade. 

Addition: I had placed hangers on my gate where I placed colored foliage plants where I had replaced them where I had planted episcias before. Here is more of the piper plant. 

This video is without narrative.

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My Malaysian Tropical Garden mainly focused on unique and colorful plants ranging from rare to common plants all around the tropical belt across the world. Ideal for inspiration for challenging areas in the garden space - indoor gardening, balcony gardening and small green spaces especially for ariods, bromeliads, begonias, edibles, cascading & vertical garden plants, succulents & cacti, orchids, together with both shade and sun loving plants.

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