Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Our Creepers Garden

I have mentioned before that on the west side of our garden, outside the main wall of the living room, we intended to create a number of wooden frames for our favourite flowering creepers. This was done in October last year and we had three sets of frames made from belian wood. 

Once we have prepared the bed, we planted four of our favourite creepers....

Garlic Vine (Pseudocalyma alliaceum)

Red Trailing Bauhinia (Bauhinia kockiana)

Rangoon Creeper (Quisqualis indica)

We had these three plants in our Petaling Jaya Garden and of the three, the Red Trailing Bauhinia (Bauhinia kockiana) was the last to flower - nearly two years after planting it!

The fourth creeper is the Chalice Vine (solandra longiflora) about which I had written last year.

All our four creepers are doing very well. As each of the other three creepers bloom, I will upload the pictures.

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