Garden City Kid

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Our City, Our Garden, Our Home


This group of lizards were spotted enjoying suntan on some large rocks in Garden by the Bay. Judging by skin

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No other plants are as ubiquitous and seemingly common as grass, especially in a metropolitan City. Grass actually flowers, although

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Bees are the most common pollinators. Where there are beautiful flowers, delicious nectar and pollen, there are busy bees.  Above

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Crepe Jasmine

Jasmine is a commonly sighted bush in many parks here. This particularly interesting flower shape is from a Variegated Crepe

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Begonia genus contains more than 2,000 species.  The forms and colors begonia can offer are spectacularly rich.  Above featured a

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Butterfly pea

Love the purple-blue hue of this Spurred butterfly pea flower.  And its vine is ready to just grab onto anything. 

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  What a feast. On this stem, I counted more than 220 bananas.  This is a healthily harvesting banana tree

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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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