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"New Gardens in Serangoon Secondary School"
In 2011, two new gardens were set up at the SerangoonSecondary School during August. The themes are: “National Flowers Garden” and “Singapore Native Plants Garden”. The gardens are located between the classroom blocks between block G and F;G and H.
The “National Flowers Garden” consists of national flowers from different countries, e.g Vanda Miss Joaquim from Singapore, Hibiscus from Malaysia, rose from USA, Melati( Jasmine) from Indonesia or Sampagita from Philippines, Caesalpinia from Barbados and Bougainvillea from Grenada.
The “Singapore Native Plants Garden” consists of plants that are native plants grown in Singapore, e.g. Melastoma, Arundina, Cheilocostus, Ixora, Dianella ensifolia and Bird’s Nest Fern.
|National Flowers Garden ||Singapore Native Plants Garden|
Flowers from “National Flowers Garden”
|Vanda Miss Joaquim from Singapore||Rose from USA||Caesalpinia from Barbados|
|Hibiscus from Malaysia|
Sampagita from Philippines/ Melati from Indonesia
|Bougainvillea from Grenada|
Plants from Singapore Native Plants Garden
Bird Nest Fern