The African Garden

An online resource dedicated to the photography and promotion
of South and Southern African species of bulbs and their hybrids.
Many images from NCCPG Plant Collections once held by David Fenwick.

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Morrab Sub-tropical Gardens, Penzance, Cornwall.
African Species
Aloe maculata
- plants 1

Aloe striatula
- plants 1

Lampranthus species 1
- flower 1

Lampranthus species 2
- flower 1

Restio Grass 1
- plant 1

Restio Grass 1
- plant 2

Restio Grass 2
- plant 1

Restio Grass 2
- plant 2

Restio Grass 2
- plant 3

Non-African Species
Canna Hybrid / Indian Shot 1
Orange / yellow / variegated
- flower 1

Canna Hybrid / Indian Shot 1
Orange / yellow / variegated
- leaves 1

Canna Hybrid / Indian Shot 2
Orange / variegated
- flower and leaves 1

Fascicularia bicolor
Fascicularia
- flowers 1

Fascicularia bicolor
Fascicularia
- flowers 2

Fascicularia bicolor
Fascicularia
- flowers 3

Phoenix canariensis
Canary Island Palm
- leaf 1

Agave americana
Century Plant
- leaf / thorns 1

Hedychium species
Ginger Lily
- flower 1

Dicksonia antarctica
Tasmanian Tree Fern
- frond 1

Cordyline australis
Cabbage / Torbay Palm
- flowers 1

Cordyline australis
Cabbage / Torbay Palm
- variegated leaved form 1

Magnolia grandiflora 'Exmouth'
Southern Magnolia
- flower 1

Magnolia grandiflora 'Exmouth'
Southern Magnolia
- flower 2

Magnolia grandiflora 'Exmouth'
Southern Magnolia
- flower 3

Magnolia grandiflora 'Exmouth'
Southern Magnolia
- seed head 1

Yucca gloriosa 'Variegata'
Spanish Dagger
- flowering plant 1

Un-identified Shrub
- flowers 1

Un-identified Shrub
- flowers 2

Photographs featured on this page were taken at Morrab Gardens, Penzance, Cornwall; on the 17th October 2010 onwards. All images taken with a Canon 550D with Sigma 150mm DG EX Macro lens.

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Morrab Sub-tropical Gardens Penzance Cornwall Gardens with African Plants
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