She said the flowers were actually inexpensive and that they easily found the duna and grandy variety of Japanese roses on Shopee.
“We only spent about RM100 in total. We cut stems from the older plants and, over the seven months, just kept replanting the cuttings,” she revealed.
She added that the flowers were also easy to grow despite the barren land and they only had to use fertiliser once since they began in September last year.
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