Herbs, spices and everything nice at World Farm plant nursery

I felt happy to visit this plant nursery again, surrounded by so many different varieties of shrubs, herbs, flowers, cacti and so on. Many of their botanical names sound/look unfamiliar to me and there are a lot for me to learn along the way. I was glad to recognise a few familiar names such as sage, oregano and thyme – they are like old friends whom I have met again since I have read about them online, mainly thanks to my wonderful friend’s sharing of websites about these herbs.

Asparagus Sprengi

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Grape

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Mona Lavender

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Asparagus Setaceus

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Chrysanthemum

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Gynostemma

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Lavender (Lavadula)

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Coriander

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Sabah Snake Grass

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A deep pond

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Pretty flowers

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Sage

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Lemon Balm

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Peppermint

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Oregano

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Lemon Balm

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Indian Borage

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Petroselinum Crispum-curled Leaf Parsley

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Fennel

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Parsley

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Sunset sky above the nursery

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Happily, I decided to buy a pot of lavender and a pot of lemon balm, and then placed them in the front basket of the bicycle to transport them home.

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