Wednesday, September 7, 2011

rooftop gardening, a showcase at IGEM 2011 KLCC.

rooftop gardening for future generations

nearby kintergarden children posing 
in our rooftop garden

So, the rooftop gardening entrepreneurial team will be displaying their dare to dream package at the IGEM 2011, KLCC 7 - 10 September 2011.  They are exhibiting their own brand of success story, an adventure into rooftop gardening.
The team had published a book titled "rooftop gardening ~ an experience" to be made available at the booth, at quite a reasonable price for hard cover.  The early birds will get door gifts and a green bag to put everything in. If the stock is enough, visitors will take home a packet of red hot chili, from our rooftop garden.

Quite a number had shown interest  to replicate similar commercial rooftop gardening at the factories and buildings. One factory owner is ready to go ahead with the exciting gardening adventure, as early as 1st of October this year, which is just around the corner. Our team will provide the necessary technical support to help him. I guess their hands will soon be tied up....... it is going to be exciting, to see idle rooftops painted green everywhere.......

There are more than 600 exhibitors from all over the world taking part. Most are showing real physical products on greentech, but our team is showing something different, a concept : to green cities, to cool down buildings, to add more oxygen to the atmosphere, as a viable economic adventure....., bringing everyone along with the noble concept "dare to dream".  The team is offering real spirit, skills and technology behind rooftop gardening...

Efforts to green the earth is for children of today and tomorrow , 
the future generations........

Update: 8th of September 2011

a prospective client being briefed about rooftop gardening.
IGEM 2011, KLCC Kuala Lumpur
8th of September 2011

The young Mr K sharpening his marketing skills.

Our team presented the book "rooftop gardening ~ an adventure" 
to the Prime Minister at IGEM2011, KLCC, 
8th of September 2011

 Come and visit rooftop gardening 
at booth D052, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC)
7-10 September 2011.

the team has 
to offer.

 bangchik and kakdah will be there on the 10th September 2011.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

It's tough to get it growing...

Hibiscus is easiest to propagate through cuttings. Stevia is alright too, only we got to be extremely patient over a month before it gets rooted. This particular flowering plant had been testing my patience for months. We took a few cuttings from Mother in Law's garden, many months ago. Out of 10 or so, one finally survive and now flowering.

 I would call the colour as metallic light blue. Looking at the colour closely, one can imagine the colour of an antique car, with  metallic light blue paintwork.

Cape Plumbago  is learning to be fanciful
with it's first set of flowers......  The plant is still in shade,
therefore there is a real need for a good sun bathing
for real flowering bonanza.
In a few weeks time, it should be ready.

 The background is lettuce, getting very big now.
Cape Plumbago

 pale blue
Cape Plumbago

shifting the lens towards sun, blue becomes whiter.
Cape Plumbago

bangchik and kakdah
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