It was on the journey home from Cherating that nurseries along the way became a must-stopover. Surprisingly there were not many as compared to the west coast. We bumped into miracle berry seedlings (anak pokok ajaib) at Jertih Nursery. We bought two at a price of RM10 per plant. At 3 feet high, they were not too expensive and looked alright. On the very same trip, at a nursery much closer to home, around Machang area, the young keeper by the name Yie showed us smaller plants at a knockdown price of 5 for RM10. We didn't think twice and immediately purchased 5. Now, we have 7 growing miracle berry plants, while the seeds sowed a week earlier are waiting for the right time to germinate. Huh, why do we need so many? Kakdah has a plan. She is thinking of giving a few away to relatives that come and visit us. First come first serve she says...
the bigger miracle berry plants
(anak pokok ajaib yang besar)
miracle berry plants are in large containers
purchased from Anwar's Nursery in Pangkal Meleret, 15 minutes away.
The five smaller miracle berry plants still in poly bags.
Miracle berry plants from another view.
The two miracle berry plants in large containers will be with us. The other five will be giveaways to brothers and sisters. I will give them another two months or so for healthier and bushy look. I do hope berries will appear soon. Pictures were just taken, using flash....
bangchik and kakdah
membeli anak pokok ajaib di nurseri Jertih dan Machang