Capsicum harvested

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on December 8, 2006 by rjcbarcode

Yum yum….the largest capsicum I’ve grown so far has been harvested by me….and its golden orange. I’m so proud of its size, considering all the neglect it receives…..after all, I just scattered the seeds into some random pot

Capsicum

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve follow up

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on December 8, 2006 by rjcbarcode

I felt really great after visiting BTNS that day when we collected leaves, so I went again last Sunday to explore more of BTNS….including the cave path. I saw no cave but a gate….

Anyway, when I logged on to GCS after that, I read about a post where someone mentioned Tacca integrifolia (Bat lily) could be found on the cave path of BTNS….and I didn’t notice it! Must go back and look for it the next time….

Bat lily

What’s lurking outside my door….

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 7, 2006 by rjcbarcode

I basically have approximately 20 carnivores outside guarding my house today….feeding on the insects outside. Let’s reveal their faces:

Nepenthes x coccinea
Nepenthes coccinea

Originated from grandmother’s place approximately 5 years ago, identity unknown (thought it was a rafflesiana) until people started talking about it on Green Culture Singapore. Someone even thought it was a rare form of rafflesiana and told me to be careful -_-” In the end it was a coccinea and Weng Ngai told me that it’s not surprising my grandmother bought it as Singapore had it on retail years ago. I guess you seldom see this hybrid nowadays (except for the weedy ventrata). A plant of sentimental value as it was passed on to me by my grandmother, and right now has such long vines all around putting out upper pitchers.

A KNIGHT class guardian 😀

Welcome all gardeners!

Posted in Uncategorized on December 7, 2006 by rjcbarcode

Welcome to HDB carnivores’ blog…..Are you ready to face the carnivores that lurk in your bedrooms?