Complex of Love
“Bitter Love” or “Lovesick”? It’s “Heartbreaking” when trees fell
Chinaberry (Melia azadarach) blossoms in March.
“Lovesick” is Taiwan Acacia (Acacia confusa) blossoms in
Wind is the external force.
“Tree fell” refers to the congenital structural problem of
Graceful Jesamine (Gelsemium elegans) blossoms in
“Bitter love” in March,
“Lovesick” in April, “Heartbreak” in
- easy come, easy go and only endless melancholy is left behind.
Chinaberry flowers in
The crown is entirely covered with tiny purple whitish flowers and
looks hazy from afar.
the tree, the
strong aroma smothers you as if you are in “bitter love”.
Acacia blossom in April and the
covered with yellow flower
withering flowers scattered
all around. It takes
some time to
cope with the mess
As it gets warmer, you can see flowers of the "Heartbreak / Hooked
kisses" (both are the literal Chinese names of Graceful Jesamine)
sprinkle in May. In many areas (such as Ho Pui Reservoir, Ng Tung
Chai), you can also see the cyme of yellow flowers. This variety is
toxic, especially its leaflets. You should not think lightly of
"kisses and heartbreak”.
Some 30% of the Hackberry grow in too clingy a twin and becomes its
structural problem. Hackberry is known as “lover tree”; two trunks
hug tightly together, but at the same time, they repel each other.
Inevitably, it will be blown down in strong winds.