• Four seasons at Jingshan-Dajing


    Spring - cherry blossoms, plum blossoms, peach blossoms, jasmine, orange blossoms, blue star flowers, stars, tung blossoms, Michelia

    Summer - bird of paradise, magnolia, magnolia, crape myrtle, sweet olive, wild ginger, honeysuckle, hairy jasmine, acacia, blue star flowers

    Autumn - honeysuckle, tung blossoms, marigolds, osmanthus

    Winter - African hibiscus, osmanthus, camellia, French perfume, wild jasmine

  • Story with the farm


    Originally, I didn’t dare to become the owner of Jingshan-Dajing Farm. I didn’t have the ability. The extensive area of almost 400 thousand sqft of farmland was too much to comprehend, let alone manage. I had never really come into contact with plants and knew nothing about them. But I was yearning for nature. The thought seemed so naive!

    At first, there were almost no crops here except for a few banana plants, and the grass was taller than people.

    I remember my father standing at the entrance, looking at the vast hillside, and asking: Is this yours?

    I answered: Yes

    My father: You really are a dreamer 😊

  • Originally, I didn’t dare to become the owner of Jingshan-Dajing Farm. I didn’t have the ability. The extensive area of almost 400 thousand sqft of farmland was too much to comprehend, let alone manage. I had never really come into contact with plants and knew nothing about them. But I was yearning for nature. The thought seemed so naive!At first, there were almost no crops here except for a few banana plants, and the grass was taller than people.I remember my father standing at the entrance, looking at the vast hillside, and asking: Is this yours?I answered: YesMy father: You really are a dreamer 😊


    Jingshan-Dajing was a huge larning curve for me. Weeding, transplanting big trees, planting saplings, raising fish...These few words are simple, but they include a lot of labor and maintenance costs. Soil and water conservation and construction also were a constant headache. In the first year, a lot of saplings died. We planted again yet we never watered them, thinking that rainwater would be enough to help them grow.We also threw 4,000 fish fry into the fish pond but did not give them any food as we thought there should be food in the water, right?Now, about the trees... When the typhoon came, the big trees tilted and fell, and we had to straighten them tirelessly. The century-old lychee was attacked by insects. Precious trees were stolen, the red and yellow maple trees disappeared one after another, leaving only the earth holes behind after being dug by people. For some plants, almost all the leaves were eaten by insects, like eating a buffet!

Before
After

Before and after

In April 2020, the small house in the forest was finally completed, with many windows and surrounded by greenery.

I named the farm after my father and the vegetable garden after my mother’s Japanese name. The story will continue and I look forward to many more great things to come!