Looks so lush, but there's no signal of flower bud there.
Maybe you still remember with my old posts about kecombrang.
I have been waiting for the flower that popping up from this clump.
Actually, I have planted kecombrang more than twice.
I don't remember how many time...
But this is the last and the only one that grow so well.
Before I can pick the flowers, I still use the leaves as a traditional 'herb' on cooking fish.
It has aromatic flavor, and reduces bad smell of the fish.
It will make the fish dish more aromatic and tasty.
I have to be patient to find the beautiful edible flower from this clump.
Hope I don't need a long time.