When I went to Nursery Division, I found this beautiful flower.
Yea... this was a Bengkoang flower (Pachyrhizus erosus) or yam bean.
Yam bean is known as Mexican yam or Mexican turnip.
In Indonesia it's well known as bengkuang, bengkoang, bangkuang or besusu.
It's grown for its edible tuberous root.
Here, the root is usually eaten raw or for 'rujak', a mixed spicy fruit salad.
This flower was so pretty.
What a shame, I took low quality seeds, so no seed have germinated.
I have to took a healthy and ripen bean, that means good quality seeds too.
So I can add blue color in my garden, and get yummy and crispy root too.