Floral morphology and Ohigan



Floral morphology always involves flowers on students. Plumeria obtusa.


Spathoglottis plicata.


March 21 was a class day, so Ohigan happened on the day of observance. The Haruki garden was in the worst shape it has been in for over ten years. Misako and Cheryll work on the reh padil, Roxann is cleaning around Hoshino Noritake's memorial stone.


Jasper was a grass cutting machine. Brenda is using a local tool made of Hibiscus tiliaceus to pull back the grass.


Hoshino Noritake's stone.


Jasper also took out a small guava with a single cut.


Roxann cleans around the ketieu (Ixora casei).
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