Last of the Huntington Garden posts from our road trip (aka…Matti finally gets to see LA). We hit the succulents, checked out the Aloes…what’s left? The Rose Hill Conservatory. Hey, don’t get me wrong…Huntington has weeks of stuff to see and you can only see so much in a day.
Like the Griswolds seeing the Louvre 10 minutes before it closed, today’s post is fast, down and dirty. Check out this blooming guy? NOID on it, anybody know it?
I found this development chart pretty sweet for the Nepenthes which I am a big fan.
This Sarracenia is for you Robert at The Pitcher Plant Project.
Ficus columnaris is a monster with a gorgeous trunk on it.
Another fav of mine are the Melaleucas. Hey, want more Huntington Garden action? You need to visit Floradora…she has some amazing pics from a recent trip…a must see.
– Far Out Flora
Categories: gardening | Tags: Chenile Honeymyrtle, Ficus columnaris, Holmskioldia sanguinea, Kniphofia ‘Christmas Cheer’, Melaleuca huegelii, nepethe, rose hills foundation conservatory, Sarracenia, The Huntington Botanical Gardens | Permalink