04 March 2012


There is this clump of Stachytarpheta indica that is actually a weed in the flowerbed at the Bay East garden entrance. However, since it was growing so well, I decided to keep it around back then.

It has rewarded the butterflies, such as this Painted Jezebel, by providing nectar to them.

Over at the pond area, I sometimes spot single marsh or shore birds, like this Common Sandpiper, strolling on the turf. Perhaps there is some food around for them to feed on.