The Huntington Botanical Gardens

What's In Bloom

October 2005

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Species:  Camellia 'Jewel Box'

Family:  Theaceae

Location in Garden:  Japanese Garden, between rocks along stroll path between house and Karesansui

Notes: Miniature

Species:  Osmanthus fragrans

Common name:  Sweet Olive

Family:  Oleaceae

Location in Garden:  Japanese Garden

Notes: Fragrant, small flowers. At the top of the steps that go down to the pond from the house.

 

Species:  Michelia x 'Alba'

Family:  Magnoliaceae

Location in Garden:  Japanese Garden

Notes: Small, very fragrant cream flowers hidden in leaves

 

Species:  Camellia sasanqua 'Double Rainbow'

Family: Theaceae

Location in Garden: Japanese Garden, along road by the bottom of the stroll path

Notes: Semi-double. White bordered with rose.

 

Species:  Camellia sasanqua 'Tanya'

Family:  Theaceae

Location in Garden:  Japanese Garden, stroll path

Notes: Single deep rose pink. Most sasanquas are semi-doubles.

 

Species:  Camellia hiemalis 'Pink Shower' 

Family:  Theaceae

Location in Garden: Japanese Garden, stroll path

Notes: Semidouble light pink

Species:  Rosa 'Veldfire' (Sunsation)

Family:  Rosaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden

Notes: Hybrid Tea 1987

Species:  Rosa 'Judy Garland'

Family:  Rosaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden

Notes: Floribunda 1977

Species:  Rosa 'Amalia'

Family:  Rosaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden

Notes: Hybrid Tea 1991

Species:  Rosa 'Moonsprite'

Family:  Rosaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden

Notes: Floribunda 1956

Species:  Rosa 'Voodoo'

Family:  Rosaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden

Notes: Hyrid Tea AARS 1986

Species:  Rosa 'Jack o'Lantern'

Family:  Rosaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden

Notes: Grandiflora 1960

 

Species:  Anemone x hybrida

Common name:  Japanese Anemone

Family:  Ranunculaceae

Location in Garden:  Rose Garden/Herb Garden

Notes: Pink semidouble flowers, also white flower cultivar

Species:  Salvia elegans

Common name:  Pineapple Sage

Family:  Lamiaceae

Location in Garden:  Herb Garden, Tea Bed

Notes: If you rub your fingers on the leaf you can smell a wonderful pineapple fragrance.

 

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