Today,I am going to talk about these ever lasting flowers...
Whenever I see these flowers,I have wonderful memories of them..as I will always buy them when I was in cameron highlands.


They are really everlasting as I have kept some of these flowers and glued them on to a plastic branch with also paper leaves.

Here is a photo of my ever lasting flowers ,which I have with me for almost 4 years..glued on a plastic branch and paper leaves.

These ever lasting flowers are grown from seeds which I bought from the nursery.They are easy to plants and flowers blooms real fast if being taken good care of.

I wonder if anyone of you , have grown this type of flowers before,as I don't know the real names of these flowers.

The petals of these flowers are like plastic,which makes them look so artifical and also makes them ever lasting.While I was in Penang ,I use to glue them on to dry branches and decorate them in my living room.That time I still couldn't find the seeds in the shops..so I always looks forward for my cameron highland trips...hehehe..

9 comments:

amy cheah said...

hey JLE, I never know that M'sia got these flowers wo ...he he he

jepunlauee said...

Next time you go cameron highlands,look out for these flowers la...they are sold there..they call it ever lasting flowers..

Tau Sar Phneah said...

lau ee, so basically u grow a real flowers then treat it as a artificial flowers..hehe..

jepunlauee said...

reply to tsp: yes..and its easy too coz no need any treatment or chemicals..

theysaywordscanbleed said...

lovely flowers!

arlene,
Poulsbo florist

Piggy said...

Never come across this type of flower before....
Thanks for sharing ya.
The next time I go to Cameron, will sure to pay more attention to this type of flower :)

TINTIN said...

Yes,..i've come across this flowers in Cameron..but I doesn't the one like yours here..what i saw is the orange coloured one and they said the flower can 'tahan' 5 yrs...

jepunlauee said...

Reply to tin tin:yes..you saw one is the same type.coz these flowers got many colours,and orange is the most common...and yes they can really tahan..long time...

Anonymous said...

JLE,
Just dropped by and happened to see this flower you posted. They are called asters in English. Thank you for your permission to use the photos of the shopping mall. Do you want your blog name to be mentioned? I'll try to ask my editor about it.
(ag)