On Friday and Saturday last week, the lipstick red footpath was planted with heliconias and ground cover plants.
On the left of the picture is planted the 'parrot flower' heliconia ( Heliconia psittacorum) . The reddish ground cover plants are the 'red ti' or 'fire brand' ( Cordyline terminalis). In the miidle of the footpath is the belian log that has been cut and to be used for benches, stools etc.later.
View from east
View from west
On the left of the picture can be seen white caladium ( Caladium x candidum) planted as ground cover for the heliconia stratas above.
Total man hours spent for planting = 10 man hours