This pink Arundina was planted at the Indian Garden but mine at home finally sent out a new shoot after so many months of growing it since I bought it at last year's World Orchid Conference in Nov 11. To me, I am not as amazed by this colour variety then the more common white-purple A. graminifolia (common name: Bamboo Orchid).
Back to this post, I am actually posting the beautiful plants at the Hub, which is also known as the rose. It is no coincidence that the flowers have a pink tinge or shade. These spectacular plants are namely as follows:
- Plumeria 'Dwarf Singapore Pink'
- Ceiba speciosa (common name: Silk Floss Tree)
- Rondeletia leucophylla or Arachnothryx leucophylla (common name: Panama Rose)
- Plumeria rubra variegated
- Vinca rosea or Catharanthus roseus (common name: Periwinkle)