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1. lifestyle | 08 Dec 2013
» A reader writing under the pseudonym ''Mrs Clover'' bought a passiflora with flowers a few months ago. ''At the moment the plant is very healthy with lots and lots of leaves, but no flowers,'&...
2. lifestyle | 01 Dec 2013
» Every now and then I receive an email asking about soursop. Some wanted to know where they could buy the fruit or a tree sapling, others if they could plant the tree on their property. The latest email came from Edward L...
3. lifestyle | 24 Nov 2013
» Reader Ekachai sent me an email saying that his house faces south. "The afternoon sun is unbearable especially from November 'til May," he wrote. "I would like to grow trees to help shade the garage roof. Unfortunate...
4. lifestyle | 17 Nov 2013
» Reader Alan Platt, whose letter last month triggered a two-part article on bamboo, sent me another email to say that I was right about his plants being too big for their containers. "For their continued good health, I kn...
5. lifestyle | 10 Nov 2013
» After making a name for herself as one of Thailand's top marine biologists, Hansa Chansang took advantage of an early retirement scheme to pursue her other passion: growing trees. She cleared most of her family's...
6. lifestyle | 03 Nov 2013
» Bangkok Post reader and fellow plant lover Terry Commins shared on Facebook the fun he has had observing how many forest trees time their flowering with the rainy season. "Those with hard seed pods that take longer to ma...
7. lifestyle | 27 Oct 2013
» In the past, when plant lovers and gardening enthusiasts wanted to spend some money on all things green, they either went to the Weekend Market at Sanam Luang or the Thewet market in the Dusit area. Thewet had an advanta...
8. lifestyle | 20 Oct 2013
» In last week's column, I mentioned that reader Alan Platt sent me an email saying that his potted bamboo plants needed constant watering. If they go without water for 24 hours, their leaves curl up into thin needles ...
9. lifestyle | 13 Oct 2013
» A mother sent me an email from the UK to say that she was coming to Thailand in November and would like to bring vegetable and flower seeds for her daughter, who lives in Rayong. "She mentioned growing plants in pots and...