Finally got another opportunity to visit again The Ruth Bancroft Garden
I really like this plant, will see in Spring, if it is still available, will get a plant and try it at home:
This one is such a magnet for bees and butterflies, called Grevillea 'Kings Fire'.
and here is an article about it courtesy of The Ruth Bancroft Garden: https://www.ruthbancroftgarden...
Love the yellow cheerful blooms of this succulent:
They have such good Agave collections here...
some have bloomed...so I feel somewhat sad, since they are monocarpic, hopefully new pups shows up before the swan song ends.
Huge tree aloes:
Lovely cacti! Glad it has such thick white spiny cover, helps a lot during these very hot days!
At the time of our visit they have a multicultural day celebration, so we chanced upon the Taiko drummers performance:
There is also a plant I saw there which looks like a curly fan...turns out it is in the Amaryllid family called, Boophone disticha :
Here is a link to the article about it courtesy of the Ruth Bancroft Gardens:
I also saw Deuterocohnia brevifolia planted in ground..wow, it is indeed one big sprawling specimen size:
A large colony of sempervivums behind some Agaves: