We are staying in this relatively new housing development called Setia Alam.
The land used to be a palm oil estate.
Today we decided to explore around us before the entire piece of land is completely developed.
What you see above are chopped palm trees in a swampy area.
The greens are slowly disappearing...giving way to new developments.
I noted that this developer constantly propagate plants in some secluded area to beautify the landscape.
I like them because they do place a lot of importance in recreating a green environment.
The above are 2 of the plants that captured my attention.
We left the nursery and explored the wild flowers which looked just as beautiful.
The pink and yellow flowers come from the same plant as you can see below.
As usual, I love to add some bugs to my posts.
Somehow, it feels complete.
I had received comments before on why my posts usually contain many creatures of nature like dragonflies, damselflies and even a heron.
The reasons could be because we are surrounded by undeveloped land and also due to the careful planning by the developer.
I'll like to link this post to A Plant Fanatic In Hawaii where hot gardens are being flaunted.