Evergreen plants throughout the Garden are a delight every month. Wonder at the towering and majestic Moreton Bay Figs down Ficus Walk or along Plane Tree Drive in Botanic Park (D7 and A8-14 on the map).
Wattle lot of love we have for the Aussie plant icon, the acacia, or commonly known as the wattle. Their cheerful yellow pom pom flowers add pops of colour on cloudy winter days. See them blooming from July - September in the Mallee and around the wetlands (K12 and F16 on the map).
The Judas Tree is pretty in pink from mid September - early October. Originally from Southern Europe and Western Asia, its scientific name is Cercis siliquastrum. Find it near the Deadhouse.
Kangaroo Island’s threatened flora is being given a life-line thanks to a new Seed Production Garden.In a bid to safeguard plants from extinction, the Threatened Flora Seed Production Garden will grow multiple populations of the island’s at-risk species, then collect their seed for banking and biodiversity recovery projects on the island.