Also, sorry again for the inactivity for the past few weeks since I've been busy rearranging and cleaning up my messy roof garden. It's tough work, but the results are worth it.
This is how it looked like before.
And this is what it looks like now.
I've tried to divide the plants into a few sections to make it neater than the jungle it was before.
I've moved my hibiscus plants and edibles to this corner. The freshly filled pots will be used to germinate more edibles and annuals.
Here's the orchid section, reserved for my growing collection. It's shadier and less exposed to the elements, so I can easily control the growing conditions of the more finicky orchids.
This section is for a more exotic look, so I'm filling it with vines and shrubs, such as hoyas, the nong nooch vine and datura. There's still room for more haha.
Here's my new lily pond, complete with fish, shrimps and a frog. Currently there's only 2 juvenile waterlilies, though I'm hoping to add more aquatics. Behind the lily pond, is a new rack for my nepenthes. My collection is gradually recovering, and hopefully stays that way.
This section is reserved for my carnivores, a shelf and a minibog. It's still kind of messy, but I'll be arranging them soon. The sarracenias are growing nicely though the pitchers are drooping due to the heavy rains filling them to the brim with water.
This shelf will be reserved for foliage plants, bromeliads and tillandsias, and ferns, since it receives more shade than the other areas.
Last but not least, here's where I place the miscellaneous plants, mostly sun-loving plants, since this area receives a lot of direct sun.
By the way, I'm wishing all my blog readers and fellow bloggers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Have a wonderful time.
Until next time!