07 February 2012


I posted about the Petrea volubilis before and there I was, standing in front of a clump of Petrea arborea climbers. Like the former, the P. arborea with slightly different textured leaves have light purple flowers but somehow it wasn't as striking to me as the one planted in HortPark and Bay East.

The Ardisia pyramidalis is also not commonly planted out yet but I am sure in time to come, it would gain popularity for its beautiful panicle of pink flowers.

Incidentally, I spotted the Chocolate Pansy or Chocolate Soldier perched on a tree trunk and took its photos. Unlike the one I posted before with broken wings, this one had its wings intact and one could see the orange polka dots.

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