Tropical Breeze is a Sydney tropical garden filled with a wide variety of unusual and rare tropical plants seldom seen in gardens here. Come and take a stroll through my garden and see the array of plants, collected in the tropics that are growing and thriving here. Where Crotons and Cordylines flourish in lightly shaded areas under the canopy and plants with strange sounding names such as Tabernaemontana, Mussaenda, Graptophyllum, Pseuderanthemum and Posoqueria grow.
Some of the Brugmansias in my front garden. Bruce's Pink in the front with Aztec Gold behind it and Maya at the back. Brugmansias are at their best in Autumn (Fall) as the flowers are deeper in colour. While the Brugmansias are still beautiful during our hot summers the flowers are paler in colour.
A close up photo of Bruce's Pink flowers.
A close up photo of Clementine flowers.
A close up photo of Dizzy Spin flowers.
A close up photo of Domain flowers.
A close up photo of Pink Panther flowers.
A close up photo of Polar Cornet flowers.
A close up photo of Zabaglione before the flowers started to darken.
If you are interested in Brugmansias, here are some links to Australian Brugmansias.
A Facebook page for those who love Brugmansias and are growing them in Australia.
Brugmansias in Australia