Continuing our walk, in today's post I concentrate more on the flora. This is the Spider Flower (botanical name Tarenaya hassleriana). It is also known as the Pink queen, Grandfather's whiskers and Spider plant. It is a flowering plant native to South America and has other colors than the white one shown. It can also be seen as pink or purple.
The following shows something I have seen in other gardens, and is called Cardoon (botanical name Cynara cardunculus). It's other names are Artichoke thistle, Globe artichoke, Prickly artichoke and Cardy.
Next is the Red amaranth (botanical name Amaranthus cruentus). Its other names are Mexican grain amaranth and Purple amaranth. Its leaves are often used for decorative purposes and are also used to make red dyes.