I had to get rid of the second, while pruning on and off the tips of the tangy fruit vine. However, the Passiflora was casting too much shade for the Frangipani.. This five, following the urge, began twisting towards the light, something more frequently noticed in indoor plants. Crooked, twisted, bended and mutilated trees in their form a la bonsai, may seem cool to some, not to me.
The Frangipanis are happier now. Getting the necessary light hours required. I forgot to mention that I had to prune the white Frangipani, something I avoid, but got no choice, It was too heavy in the right side, bending towards the ground. I saved and propagated four stems.
Crinum asiaticum *
Eucharis grandiflora *
Gardenia jasminoides *
Polianthes tuberosa *
You could find fragrance in shrubs, bulbs, vines, and gingers. Like taste, scent has very subjective properties. I can't stand the sweet vanilla like of Ylan-Ylan and Nerious oleander. But I am in what seems a small minority, judging from what I hear.
There. Gardening seems such a simple, simple, thing for most people, particularly the ignorant. But the complexity is really wide. That, most of the time is what triggers my abrasive annoyance particularly from people working in the green industry, nurseries, but nothing like academicians with phd's, architects, landscape architects, agronomists, monitor environmentalists, and journalists.
In essence the complex simplicity of biodiversity, the environment, is what gives sense to life, at least to mine. I love to be with me companion Diva, and very few people.
* In my collection, same or similar variety.
The rest I can do without..Apaga i vamonoh.