From The Flower Dome
There is a place in Singpapore where it is eternal Spring. That’s the Flower Dome in the Gardens by the Bay. In the Dome, the temperature is maintained at maintained at 23C to 25C so that it is perpetual spring in the dome.
In their countries where they originated, the plants would have to endure long periods of dry, hot summers or droughts. In the Dome, they enjoy Spring weather throghout the year.
The climate in the Flower Dome is also suitable for growing a wide variety of plants from semi-arid and arid regions around the globe.
Here are some of the plants and flowers from the Flower Dome. With a bit of help from Google lens, I was able to identify the plants and flowers.
Anigozanhos flavidus also known as yellow kangaroo paws
Adenanthos sericeus also known as woolly bush
Aeonium arboreum, a succulent plant also known as Irish rose
Fake bird of paradise flower
Aria Babylon Eyes rose - a hybrid of the Persian rose (Rosa persica)
Silver Ragworts also known as Dusty miller
“Don’t strew me with roses after I'm dead. When Death claims the light of my brow, no flowers of life will cheer me. Instead, you may give me my roses now!” - Thomas F. Healey