Hi Norhaini ;)
Thanks for identifying 21 and 22. Oh, it's called Kesidang
? I didn't know that.. My aunt just referred to it as bunga pandan
, since it smells much like pandan leaves. But the first time I encountered it, it reminded me of the scent of bunga rampai
used in weddings.
Oh, by the way, I have moved some of the photos, hence the photos in "flowers
II" have been renumbered. 18 and 19 are now 8 and 9 respectively.
I didn't know that #8 is also used as vegetable, but #9, yes. My aunt told me that it has some medicinal values, and one of them is to treat bloody stool. Unfortunately, she too doesn't know what it's called.