Spice garden, Fort Canning Park

Entrance to the spice garden

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History of spice trade
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Spices and their cultural uses
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Redstem wormwood

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Blue pea
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Wild garlic
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Chilli
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Lemongrass
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Mint
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Laksa leaves
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Cardamom
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Thai basil
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Clove
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Turmeric
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Indian borage
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Brazil button flower
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Grass jelly
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Thai basil

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I noticed some of the stems have been cut, so I guess this basil plant may have been recently harvested for its aromatic leaves.
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Neem tree
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Curry bush
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Pandan
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Tamarind
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Wild pepper

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Sawtooth coriander
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Green pepper basil
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Wild cosmos
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Ylang Ylang
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Cinnamon tree
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Torch ginger
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