The first flowers of the year on a double white frangipani, outside writer Jason Wordie's study at Shek Kong. Photo: Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

How Hong Kong’s ‘local’ garden plants came from Bengal via Macau

  • Several species found their way to the British colony on board Calcutta trading ships
  • The sharing of cuttings saw them survive, thrive and establish themselves as locals
The first flowers of the year on a double white frangipani, outside writer Jason Wordie's study at Shek Kong. Photo: Jason Wordie
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