This made me think of Luang Prabang, Laos where modernization has not touched but embraced what’s already there, below is a photo of Wat Xieng Thong, one of the most beautiful Buddhist Temples in my opinion.
The Rose garden is kind of bare at this time of the year, I missed the Rose peak season and maybe I’ll have better luck next year.
But there are still a few blooms left for me to admire.
At first I didn’t know why there were so many onlookers gazing at this Chinese Wisteria tree, but heard the popping noise from a distance.
The question that ‘s on everyone’s mind, what made it pop? I’m not sure if it were because it was warm during the daytime, and by evening the weather cools down and causes the Wisteria pods to pop open. I’m not a science person, so I might be way off here.
I think the Red Poinsettia flowers are the most common one that we see around this time of the year, I often think of it as a Christmas flower.
I was surprised to see a huge Red Poinsettia tree at Hor Phra Keo in Vientiane, Laos last year. This made me think that it’s a tropical plant after all.
Red Poinsettia was the only color that I knew of, kind of surprised to see other colors, especially pink.
Magic Lantern, click here to see the whole tree.
This made me think of the one that my Aunt has in Paksan, Laos.
Well, hers was not as pretty as the one above, but it’s the same idea, you get the picture.
Not very often that you would see a Jade plant in bloom, it’s commonly known as Jade plant, friendship tree, lucky plant or Money Plant.
And rows and rows of Chrysanthemum flowers, I’m glad that I didn’t miss it this year.