|a discarded bed is recycled and made into a nursery for seedlings, protected from the harsh sun and rain
|The leaves of the winter melon plant
|A water melon plant
|With such care and dedication, even strawberries can be grown in Singapore
|The Ribena plant
This garden brings back alot of the kampong spirit in the estate and has won a number of community garden awards. Over the past few years, I've seen pak choy, butterhead lettuce, kangkong, passion fruit, guava, lime, ciku, watermelon, corn, papayas, winter melon, loofah and more growing on this plot of land. What surprised me most were little strawberries. I never knew it was possible to grow them in Singapore. The fruits of their labour provide such a refreshing sight in our dense urban jungle.