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What my HDB garden has taught me about navigating uncertainty

Gardening is full of surprises, and it can be a source of personal growth and beauty.

The writer's collection of plants. She started gardening in May. ST PHOTO: JESSIE LIM
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Returning home last Sunday, I found one of my plants, a Monstera andansonii, with half of its leaves drooping limply.

I was upset because the plant, commonly known as Swiss cheese for the distinctive holes on its leaves, was one of the first I had bought when I started gardening in May.

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