A Morning Visit at the Katipunan Garden Center
I am planning to make a dish garden for indoor decor. I have a spare clay pot, it was previously used for our water fountain but since I could not find a replacement for the “buho” arrangement that was part of the set-up, I might as well put it to good use in some other ways.They have a sizable collection of ornamental here. So pleasing to see familiar plants that I’ve seen in Caleruega. Bulacan Gardens sells theirs a little more expensive than the rest but they have several varieties of palms, indoor plants, different sizes of clay pots and some garden decors too.This area is still part of the Bulacan Gardens. There are several garden stores here lining up the road of Katipunan but some are so expensive. I wish I have time to go to Manila Seedling Bank to look for some cacti plants.These are large pots of garden accessories , corner accents, different hanging plants and they have bamboo torches too.A feast for the eyes! We bought a pot of bougainvellia for our corner fence, six pieces of cucharita, ruella plants (I am glad they have them in light pink and white, Kyoto grass and spotted aglonaema. The hubby looking at some ornamental – white angels, santan, agaves, aglonaema, you name it, they have them there.