Japanese rose

One day, many moons ago, after a seafood meal at a rather rural area in Penang, we saw this plant at that restaurant. We are already familiar with it and so my sister (thank you!) decided to...errmm...take some sample to cultivate them at home. Do not need the entire plant; steam will do but make sure there is at least 1 node so that it can branch out.

They have flourished well, taken care by a few people in the household:

Japanese rose plant 1

Japanese rose plant 2

Seeing them always make me feel a little bit more cheery :)
2 Responses
  1. zerachiel Says:

    it's moss rose, they're easy to maintain, but they must be protected from pigeons, those birds love to eat them =.="

  2. Jaded Jeremy Says:

    I tried but mati haha.