Photography Decorative flowers in the garden

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Today I will show you all some flowers in remote villages in Aceh that can be used as ornamental plants in front of your house.

  1. Red and white flowers

This flower is very suitable to be used as an ornamental plant in front of your house or terrace, because this flower has a very beautiful color, and also has a fragrant smell when kissed.
If you visit remote villages in Aceh, you can find this flower easily, because almost every house has this beautiful flower.

This flower if you search for its name on google maybe you will find its Latin name Madagascar periwinkle.
But we Acehnese call it a red and white flower.

What kind of flower I mean, here's a picture......


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2.Hibiscus flower

Hibiscus flower, as we Acehnese call it, this flower is very beautiful if planted in front of the house as an ornamental flower.

This flower will be very easy to live and grow quickly if cared for properly.

For this flower, I recommend planting it directly on the ground, not in a pot, because the size of this flower stem when it reaches one year will be 2 meters high, of course this will interfere with its growth if it is planted in a pot.

What kind of flower I mean, here's a picture......


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In this post, I only show 2 types of flowers, and I will continue them in the next post.

If you like, you can choose which flowers you want to make as ornamental plants to beautify your home.


Camera usedHandphone Realme C2
Lensa-
PhotographyFlower
LocationRemote villages in aceh
Photographer@ratu-hive



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