Exotic plants and glass sculptures blend in Art and Garden.
On a sunny Thursday morning, Fuan takes me on a stroll around Art and Garden. It is almost as though I have fallen down the rabbit hole; under the shadow of the Heliconia plants I never knew existed in Penang, I trail behind Fuan as we meander past all kinds of unique looking plants. Some are in pots, some cling onto other plants and some just dangle from manmade canopies. “These are air plants. They thrive on their own without soil, literally just clinging to their base,” he says, craning his neck to look at the spectacular bromeliads.
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