Blooms of the week
Week of March 20, 2023
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- Insectivorous plants in the terrarium.
- Flowers: red ginger, torch-ginger, and more.
- Fruits: screw pine, Christmas palm
Tropical Rainforest Greenhouse
- Flowers: some bromeliads and orchids, Mexican shrimp plant, lollipop plant, parrot plant, and more.
- Colourful leaves carpet the ground and Spanish moss serves as a backdrop.
Tropical Food Plants Greenhouse
- Fruits: banana tree, papaya, coconut palm, jackfruit tree, rose-apple tree, Meyer lemon, rice, and more.
- Flowers: banana tree, soursop tree, and more.
Orchids and Aroids Greenhouse
- Spectacularly shaped and coloured orchids. Some are fragrant.
- Some aroids are also in bloom, such as tailflowers and peace lilies.
- Fascinating staghorn ferns and tree ferns.
- Plant walls.
- Blue strap fern with iridescent fronds and strange whisk-fern (terrarium).
Begoniaceae and Gesneriads Greenhouse
- Foliage of various shapes, textures and colours.
- Colourful blooms: begonias, tree gloxinia, rhytidophyllum, sinningia, passion flower, gesneria, chandelier plant, and more.
- Plant walls.
Arid Regions Greenhouse
- Flowers: crown of thorns, aloe, and more.
- Fruits: woolly-joint prickly pear
- Over 80-year-old elephant foot trees (next to the doors of the Hacienda).
- Flowers: bijlia and more.
- Peeling bark of the fragrant bursera
- Strange caudex plants
Garden of Weedlessness
- Beautiful penjings
- Flowers: common camellia, Banksian rose
- Fruits: princess persimmon
Main Exhibition Greenhouse
- The Main Exhibition Greenhouse is opened from February 22 to April 30 for the new exposition Garden of oddness
- Carnivorous plants and unusual plants
- Flowers: natal lily, New Guinea trumpet vine, powderpuff tree, agapanthus, and more.