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It’s been two weeks since me and my sis went to second leg of the bi-annual LBHS / UPLB Garden Show. Went to the college town of Los Banos, Laguna on the 10th and met with my sister within the campus, at the show’s venue. However, it was too darn late to take good pictures, so we went back the following morning which was just the second day of the show. It’s kind of disappointing to find very minimal exhibits that revolve around this moth’s theme: Fruit-bearing trees. I’m not sure if there were more exhibits on the days that followed til the 19th. The venue’s pavilion did not disappoint with the usual exhibit of tropical plants that greet attendees. It was truly a wondrous site to see. The lovely gigantic bromeliads and colocasias, colorful aglanoemas (Chinese Evergreens), ferns, anthuriums, and ornamental reddish-brown grass are stunning. The outdoor exhibits, as I mentioned, were minimal in terms of variety and presentation. But that’s probably all there is during the first days of the garden show. I do hope the last few days had additional species on display. These are the plants and fruit trees on display during our attendance at the 2nd Continue Reading →