Haven for nature-lovers

posted August 22, 2020 at 06:50 pm
by  Manila Standard
While gardening has always been a popular hobby, more people have been drawn to it lately as they turned to growing houseplants to relieve themselves of coronavirus lockdown stress, and anxiety.

Haven for nature-lovers

Developer DMCI Homes designed Kai Garden Residences, a Japanese architecture-inspired condominium along M. Vicente Street, Mandaluyong City, to precisely achieve a sense of calm at a time of uncertainty.

Every nook and corner of the property promises to be a showcase of colors as DMCI Homes plans to make use of Salingbobog (Crateva religiosa), Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa), Fire tree (Delonix regia), Palo Santo (Triplaris cumingiana Polygonaceae), and the flamboyant Palawan Cherry (Cassia nodosa) to offer bright blooms and refreshing greens.

 Local trees like Katmon (Dillenia philippinensis), and Ylang-Ylang (Caanga odorata) as well as shrubs such as the sweet-smelling Kamuning (Murraya paniculata), or the prolific bloomer Bougainvillea (Bougainvillea spectabilis), will also provide structure and points of interest in this garden community. 

Topics: coronavirus lockdown , DMCI Homes , Kai Garden Residences
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