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salam endah...i never see sirih merah before..is it edible? nice plant!
We usually use it as a medicinal plant for diabetic, cough and others.
It is amazing I recognize all the plants in your parents garden as houseplants in our houses, Diffenbachia, Tradescantia and Cordyline I have had them all in the past. Nowadays I almost have no houseplants anymore, to much work beside the garden.Wish you a great gardening week and that lovely bird is a beauty.
You're right. Houseplants need more handling.Have a wonderful week in your garden.
Hi Endah, like Janneke, I recognise those plants as houseplants to be nurtured inside ! Lovely to see them grown as they should be ! Also, love the bird - what is it called ?
You know that my father only watering them during the dry season twice or three time a week, no fertilizer on compost that's added there.The bird is called 'Burung Nuri'
I always get jealous when I see your garden. Like Janneke and Jane said all these plants are houseplants here and I can never grow them all. There is just not enough room. The unknown one is also variety of Diffenbachia.
They grow well on their best climate, I think. Just need a little handling to get them look so flourish.
Very pretty foiliage Endah.i didn't know your country had lorikeets , they are beautiful !
Thank you Willow. Yes, here, we call it Nuri. What a shame the his mate was died just when they arrived my parent's house.
Beautiful patterning as well as colours. Again many would be used as house plants here
They are growing wildly here.
Cantik pula sireh merah bila memanjat begitu...dirumah saya biarkan ia menjalar ditanah.
Dulu sirih merah saya memanjat di dinding sampai atap lantai 2, tapi saat renovasi rumah, tanaman itu tercabut dan mati.