Persatuan Pekebunan Selangor dan Wilayah Persekutuan
Selangor and Federal Territory Gardening Society
(251 Selangor)
All Things Grow with Love

Our Esteemed Patron
YB Tan Sri Datuk Seri Dr Chong Hon Nyan
PSM, DSGM, JMN, KMN, AMN, MA (Cantab), RCD (Singapore), DSc (Hon)

For July

Date: Saturday, 20 July 2019
Time: 10.00 am
Venue: YWCA Kuala Lumpur, 12 Jalan Hang Jebat
             50150 Kuala Lumpur (Next to Merdeka MRT Station)
Skill Sharers:
Ms Lina Santiago will demonstrate how plants are propagated by
Ms Wong Wai Ching will show how plants can be grown from seeds;
Mrs Deve J. Kunaseelan will share how to do composting in the home
Ms Lee Bee Ching will teach how to transplant orchid plants
       (Oncidium, Dendrobium and Vanda orchids).
Gardening is working in a garden, growing and taking care of plants, and keeping them attractive and productive. The driving force behind gardening is mostly passion. But passion itself is not enough. We also need skills and knowledge. Four long-time SFTGS members will share these skills and knowledge that they have learnt from various SFTGS meets and experience acquired from years of gardening.
NOTE: Fund-raising: There will be plants and organic vegetables on sale to raise funds for the Society.
Please note: There will be a charge of RM10.00 for members and RM15.00 for non-members to help pay for rental of the venue.
       Please confirm your attendance with Ms Lina Santiago 016-2318504 - Call, WhatsApp or sms

Volume 3 - Climbers, Bulbs,
Rhizomes, Tubers, Foliage Plants

This third volume of “Gardening in Malaysia” as with our previous two volumes, provides gorgeous photographs accompanied by useful information about the plants themselves. The subjects of this volume are climbers, bulbs, rhizomes, tubers and foliage plants. Some as you will appreciate are prima donnas like stephanotis demanding constant attention, while others like Honolulu creeper will happily reach for the sky with hardly a glance. We hope this volume will help you choose the most suitable plant for your garden. In addition there are eighteen chapters, many more than in previous volumes, with practical advice to guarantee you the most beautiful specimens of these lovelies.

ISBN 978-967-11225-2-5, A5 (146x207mm) size, Softcover, Colour plates

Price: RM28 per copy. Price inclusive of packing and postage (within Malaysia Only). Download this form for your orders. Contact: Selangor & FT Gardening Society h/p 011-28588786 or Lina Santiago 016-2318504.

Contents of Issue 2 - 2019:

  • Pictures - Guava Berry & Olives
  • Editorial
  • Guava Berry & Olives
  • Home-Made Compost
  • Microgreens
  • History of the Kuala Lumpur Lake Garden
  • Visit to Tiger Milk Mushroom Atrium
  • Kebun-Kebun Bangsar
  • Kebun-Kebun Bangsar (Photos)
  • Visit to Tiger Milk Mushroom Atrium (Photos)

Guide to Gardening in Small Spaces

We are proud to announce that Ms Stephanie Choo, one of our members as well as a columnist in NST, has published the above book. The book is published by MPH under its MasterClass Series (no less!).

Those of you who live in a terrace or link house with limited garden space, or in an apartment with no land to speak of, will find this book full of useful information for gardening with such restrictions.

The book, in full colour, sells at RM35.90 per copy, and is available at all MPH bookstores. Do get yourself a copy!

— Dr Tan Swee Lian,
President, SFTGS