Caryopteris clandonensis South Rose garden "The Shambles"
New developments at "The Shambles" : fixing the North West Corner, Increasing the Epiphytic Orchid varieties
Brassia “Rex Okika" x 5 Orchid Walk
Degarmoara Flying High “Hawii” x 5 Orchid walk
Miltassia Charles M Fitch “Izumi” This is a hybrid between Brassia verrucosa and Miltonia spectabilis registered back in 1961 by C. M. Fitch. x 5 Orchid Walk
Oncidium “Shary Baby Sweet Fragrance" x5 Orchid Walk
Brassia “Sadie Loo” x Miltassia “Christmas Eve” x 5 Orchid walk
Dendrobium nobile cultivars x 10 cuttings , all from Mt.Nebo, all in Rainforest area now.
Dendrobium speciosisimum x 1 from Mt Nebo
Salvia Mexicana “Limelight” x 2 This salvia is a cultivar of Salvia mexicana and is native to the Queretaro Province of Mexico. It was introduced to the horticultural world in 1978 by Robert Ornduff, from the Univesity, Unversity of California Botanical Gardens in Berkeley.
Salvia corrugata native habitat of the Columbia, Peru and Ecuador, where it thrives in the Andes Mountains at 8000 to 8900 feet. The plant was introduced into the horticultural world in 2000 after being collected from South America in 1988. All the plants in cultivation are descended from the 6 seeds that germinated from all that were collected. The name ‘corrugata’ refers to the corrugations in leaves.
Salvia "Superior Purple x 2 replacing losses. East margin of Orchid Walk.
Heliotrope arborense "Golden Heliotrope" x 2 , One in front path garden so far.
Asplenium nidus x 8 from local Orchid grower and 1 from Mt Nebo garden. All in rainforest walk
Clivia nobilis x 10 from Mt Nebo , All in rainforest walk
Large ferms unspecified + Myosorum fern and Dieffenbachia all planted into rainforest area