Cordyline pink flame very drought tolerant once established illuminated this area of the garden
Yellow shrimp plant en mass was a delight to see.
Alternathera aka tea plants made a stunning border along this path.
Succulents, cacti, portulaca, adeniums, kalanchoes made up this rockery.
Pink hibiscus, acalypha, clerondendron quadrilocure, crotons, cat whiskers and galphima glauca (thryallis)
Kalanchoes surrounds sanserviera and adeniums
dendrobium aggregatum orchid growing on a palm tree, thanks to Sheri for correctly identifying it for me.
Plumeria tree hosting this cattleya skinneri orchid my thanks again to Sheri
Bougainvillea gone wild
Earlier this month the rustic Bajan gardener visited one of her favorite gardens in the open garden program organized by the local horticultural society. The garden located in Gibbes St. Peter, is owned by a long time resident by the name of Ole Dam Mikkelsen who hails from Denmark. If you haven't seen the previous posts on his garden a few years ago please click on the above link. Ole's garden is and if not is the most beautiful garden on the island. This five plus acre garden boasts of rare and exclusive exotic plants from around the world and a huge collection of orchids. This garden is every gardener's dream and will never disappoint you. Have a great weekend friends and enjoy!