May is month of spring, flowers and blue skies. It’s also the start of summer. Who in the world doesn’t love the month of May?
I spent Labour’s Day at Gardens by the Bay and since it was a public holiday, the gardens were super crowded. I guess tourists also love this green space on our tiny island too.
I’ve spotted several queer-looking yet interesting flowers that might pique your interest but I really wonder what is the name of this flower. If only there were names of each flower species tagged to plant itself…
Maybe it’s the sudden large amount of carbon dioxide the huge crowd have been breathing out that suffocates these flowers. Even I felt suffocating being enclosed in a flower dome with the huge crowd.
This flower caught my attention after I noticed an old lady who was marvelling over the sight of this strange-looking flower. After taking a picture of it with my phone, a few others came to marvel at the sight of this. I call this the wonders of nature.
If you didn’t know, I’m actually one of the Gardens By the Bay’s Garden Angels who would visit the Gardens occasionally to sprinkle some magic dust with my wand! It does feels like home after visiting this place so many times since last year and I’m really looking forward to more lovely flower exhibits!