These trees are beautiful but the branches break too easily. I don't think they are suitable for planting along roadsides. That bus stop is just under a large one too! risky in bad weather.
when the wind blows the flowers litter the streets.. not that itself is bad but there r pros n cons
my girls were schooling in Singapore, their teachers told them to collect the seeds. I chanced to walk pass a tree in the neighbourhood. My girls were the few kids who collected them. Because their mum was watchful. LOL
SarawaklensI agree with you. Many schools in the past had suffered from damages caused by the pretty angsana. They are really shady and pretty. I love seeing the pretty flowers on the pavements.
BengbengAngsana trees have been famous all over Malaysia. I wonder who was the first to introduce it to us!
Ann'I am sure your kids loved picking up seeds...Later I had a colleague who would pick seeds every where he went.Do you still pick saga seeds?
When I visit Singapore and Malaysia, if I see anything interesting, i pick. Now, i pick with my camera. LOLPeople always ask," Why you take this photo?"
AnnAfter my retirement I decided to take lots of photos - and make albums - both in cyberspace and in reality...And to take these photos - I go gallivanting --- that's a nice hobby....makes me really happy.So when people ask me why I take photos...I stay it makes me feel happy and alive!! It is my artistic spirit speaking.....
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