Small and tasty red fruits grow on Strawberry guava trees called Psidium cattleyanum with their scientific name. We can eat them raw or prepare excellent jams from them. Those plants even thrive on poor soil or in pots.
Cerbera odollam or Pong Pong tree is a highly decorative addition in your garden. First it produces pretty white flowers and later funny green balls. But those green fruits contain two highly poisonous seeds – one alone is considered enough to kill a human being. For that reason Cerbera odollam is also known as suicide tree. Do not swallow seeds of the suicide tree!
Mankind has used the natural fibers of cotton for ages to produce clothing. But this Hibiscus produces stunning flowers as well. That makes the cotton plant to an interesting ornamental asset in your garden or on your terrace.
Flowering plants that deliver edible fruits on balconies and terraces in Thailand are the topic of this episode from Discovery Garden Pattaya. Did you ever taste the Malabar chestnut, Strawberry guava, Peanut butter fruits, Chinese olives or European yellow lemons? All of them can be grown on your balcony or terrace in Thailand. Hans Fritschi also shows you many other plants that are suitable to be grown in pots.
Nutmeg is an excellent spice. But did you know that the Myristica fragrans not only produces the Nutmeg nut but also Mace? If you want to grow Nutmeg plants from seeds, you will need very fresh seeds. And those fresh seeds are covered with a red skin or protecting net which is called the Mace. Dried and ground that Mace is an equally powerful spice as the Nutmeg seed itself. Grow your own Nutmeg trees from fresh seeds or buy some seedlings from us within Thailand or Laos.
A guy from the South of Thailand has ordered a full truckload of plants from Discovery Garden Pattaya. They were carefully packed and labelled and should arrive within hours at their new destination. We can send rare plants throughout Thailand in small and large quantities.
Nutmeg or Myristica fragrans is an evergreen tropical plant that grows very well in your Thai or Lao garden. It actually produces two very distinct spices: Nutmeg and Mace. Meet the two spices from the Nutmeg tree that were once worth their weight in gold.
Our new solar system is in place and works. Tonight we are using solar energy that was harvested from our roof and stored in three batteries during the day. Today the last six solar panels were installed. Then the 36 solar panels on our roof were properly wired, the whole system connected and tested. It works.
Today our engineers from Bangkok installed 30 solar panels at the roof of our house at Discovery Garden Pattaya. We made a lot of progress, but need an other day for the completion of the project. The workers did a tremendous job on our very hot roof.