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I feel for the last few weeks some plant smells so sweet after dark. I guess it is a kind of tropic flower or something planted around town, but have not been able to identify which. This is not the first time, but during my stay in Singapore for some years, I sometimes have experienced such nights full of sweet smell around. Do you have any idea about such tropic flowers or names of those? I am very curious.
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Asian_Geekette wrote:Mad Scientist wrote:Durian Tree ??
Are there durian trees in Singapore?
Yes Maam, there are... but most are in the army training areas and beside the expressways.
vbelle wrote:ev, appreciate your effort with indonesian...but most of the words are wrong:D
i post the link so that OP can have a look at the picture of the flower...
not to read it...
if you want to read it...you can just check the latin name
i speak better than i write, but definitely not better than you,
Wow exactly!! I found some Ilang Ilang flowers just below my apartment window on the ground! Amazing~
ev-disinfection wrote:Ylang Ylang flower and the night blooming Jasmine.
http://www.tropical-plants-flowers-and- ... smine.html
Thanks, I am very interested. Will go to the Botanic Gardens later and try to smell Tembusu (some heritage trees seem to exist there!)
happigal wrote:Currently all the Tembusu trees are flowering. You only smell it during the evenings. You will see small clusters of tiny white flowers all over three! It is heavenly!!
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