|Pink Poui (Tabebuia rosea) along a major roadside in Bintulu.|
Date: 13 May, 2012
|Pink Poui and Olive-backed Sunbird|
It is from this tree that my association with Arthur George Alphonso was first nurtured and provided me with many learning experiences on landscaping matters based on his experiences in the greening of Singapore. Just a couple of years ago I planted one Poui tree in my garden in Kuching. I consider the Poui tree as an essential tree for the Kambatik garden or Malaysian garden. Check out more of my gardening experiences on this tree in Kuching here.
Happy Malaysia Day, Sarawak!
(Note: On the 16th of September, Sarawak will celebrate its independence being a party to the formation of Malaysia. As part of remembering history I'll create some posts on what it means to be a Malaysian as I have experienced it. Check out the rest of the postings by following this link here.)
|White Poui (Tabebuia alba)|
|Photo shows me (extreme left) and George Alphonso (middle in blue shirt) entertaining Japanese volunteers (JOCV) at Pantai Ria, Bintulu. Date taken : 26 October,1990.|
( Note: This is a re-posting from my blog called My Sarawak (2nd. Ed) and the link is here .)