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HDB Hougang Meadows

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HDB Hougang Meadows recently T.O.P.

It is good that the sub-station is not below any stacks or 2nd storey units

This period, The Frangipanni tree is always chosen for both condos / ECs and HDB sites.

This is the third HDB development that uses dry walls between the living room with a bedroom wall and the master bedroom with a 2nd bedroom wall.

 

 

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On 25/10/2016 at 10:06 PM, Cecil Lee said:

HDB Hougang Meadows recently T.O.P.

It is good that the sub-station is not below any stacks or 2nd storey units

This period, The Frangipanni tree is always chosen for both condos / ECs and HDB sites.

This is the third HDB development that uses dry walls between the living room with a bedroom wall and the master bedroom with a 2nd bedroom wall.

 

 

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Magnolia Coloured (with red base) frangipanni flowers. At Vue 8, Pasir Ris 

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Not sure if one wants to call it a disadvantage; as the Frangipanni tree is notorious for shedding its flowers frequently.

More so then it's leaves.

Hopefully a baby or child does not place the flower(s) or leaves in their mouth as it can be toxic.

Location: Bellewoods pool-side:

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This is how it looks like when mature frangipanni trees frequent shed their flowers and leaves.

This is why frangipanni trees are often planted over graves. 

The fragrant flowers would often mask the smell from decaying bodies.

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Location: Near/beside Block 204C Compassvale Drive191B4C51-4E45-429C-9100-7B038FC9C4A6.thumb.jpeg.ffb25b28b8f1451b64c899f2ff311eb2.jpeg

Unlike many other trees that hog the airspace... look how bright and airy the ground below the trees.

Contrast this with trees like the mango etc... that makes the ground below it too yin!

One can even look through the tree and see the other side clearly!

As a tree with sap... no insects... no ants or termites would ever go near it! Even for mosquitoes... no where to hide!

The frangipanni vs another tree with thick cluster of leaves:1BF454D3-767E-4922-BAAD-94F3B05C6229.thumb.jpeg.4a7322fcba8335163e7ef266e4ab1ea0.jpeg


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