09 March 2011


I have not been here for years now. It looks too shady at some areas and some trees need to be removed or transplanted out to let more light in. Due to the heavy shade, some parts of the ground become bare.

Even the Calliandra tergemina var. emarginata and Cordia sebestena need to be transplanted out to a sunnier location for it to grow and flower well. Some of the Murraya paniculata were also terribly chlorotic with few and reduced leaves and I do not know how long they have been so. Some of the older leaves looked normal sized and healthy green. There is a need to pump in a lot of fertilizers to enrich the soil to rejuvenate these plants.