While fertilising my pumpkin patch, I noticed a small green spindly thing on a Buluh Jepun bush (our local name), scientifically known as Dracaena surculosa 'Punctulata'.
such sweet blooms
On a glance, it looked like a spider dangling from a stem. On closer inspection, it was a green thing with tiny blooms opening at the ends.
the blooms not fully opened yet
new flower buds
I had these plants, one in the backyard near the pumpkin patch, the other under the rambutan tree, at least for more than 15 years! Both had outgrown their respective pots and popularity as a coveted indoor houseplant long time ago and had firmly planted their roots deep in the ground, ignored and placed out sight. That day was the first time I noticed their tiny flowers after all those years!