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These little creatures actually are very ancient insects dating back to 250 million years. In comparison, we, the homo sapiens,

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Genetically more sophisticated than most other flowers, dahlia has 42 species.  Garden hybrids offer such wide range of varieties in

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Fatsia japonica

This particularly beautiful fatsia japonica is the variegated “spider’s web” spotted at Garden by the Bay flower dome. The eight

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Westcoast Park

Lots of activities at the West Coast Park. Huge grass land with activities including football, baseball, frisbee, kite-flying,  and camping

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Toxic foliage and delicious fruits made sure some Lantana species to be invasive and easily spread like weeds. One has

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This is a healthy durian tree growing in the wild.  Spotted and photographed by a friend, along the Green Corridor. 

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Mimosa pudica

Pudica in Latin means “shy, bashful”.   Its compound leaves fold inward when touched, giving the impression that the plant is

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From the Garden City of Singapore

We explore, witness and document how nature unfolds in our city, our garden, and our home. For mother nature, we are all kids.

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