Saturday, February 6, 2010

flowery cart



A street vendor selling flowers and other decorative plants on a cart at Jalan Aceh (Aceh street).

Thanks to its volcanic soil and temperate high-altitude climate, a lot of flowery plants grow well here. The city was even nick-named the flower city by its Dutch colonial rulers in the early 20th century. As some of you may remember, I have also previously posted a story about a village here whose farmers are specializing themselves in cultivating local and foreign flora.

3 comments:

jeannette stgermain said...

I didn't know Bandung has not only lots of flowers, but also orchids! I love orchids! But I don't have a talent for growing flowers, so my orchids die after some time (maybe also because California actually has a desert climate -so it's very very dry!

Myussop said...

Oh, it's so easy to pick a plant while driving home.An enterprising youngman.

arabesque said...

we have that here too... usually, they would pass by our office in the late afternoon, but by then, some of their stocks have already wilted. ^0^