More parks, native species and citizen gardeners, as NParks sows the seeds of a greener city

NParks hopes to turn Singapore into a biophilic city over the next 10 years, says its deputy chief executive Leong Chee Chiew. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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Butterflies and birds are pollinators, which means they help plants propagate naturally, sustaining the environment.

The need to balance infrastructural development with Singapore's greenery means that NParks looks at every available centimetre of space as opportunity for planting.

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