Aizoaceae : flowers which open at noon

Aloe: decorative and medicinal plants

Amaryllidaceae : unusual bulbous plants

Aquarium plants : the green garden of fishes

Aromatic plants : aromas for defending ourselves and medicinal properties

Arum : a trap for the flies

Asclepiadaceae : star-shaped flowers

Australian flowers : unusual, often suitable for Mediterranean climate

Australian rainy forest : animals and plants

Banksias : odd Australian flowers

Botanic geraniums: the South African ancestor of florists’ geraniums

Bromeliaceae : the pineapple and its ornamental relatives

Buds : from flower and from leaves... opening sequence

Cistus : easy in Mediterranean climate

Citrus fruits: varieties and cultivation in pots

Colour of flowers : why flowers are coloured

Cycadaceae: the plants which lay eggs

Dianthus: the cut-flower champions

Easy roses : thick hedges and specks of colour without too many cares

Eucalyptus : the eucalypti are also splendid flower plants

Euphorbia : the "Christmas star" ... but also cactaceous look

Evolution of the plants - Birth of life and invention of the flower

Fireworks flowers : an odd look to seduce possible pollinators

From the far east to Rome the route of spices

Geraniums like small trees : skilfully pruned to form a stalk

Grevillea : the “feminist plants”

Havana Botanical Garden : 600 hectares and 35 Km of avenues

Heather : a small flower for all seasons

Hemerocallis : a large splendid flower which lives just one day

Hibiscus : splendid exotic flowers which seduce the birds

House plants : the most beautiful and easiest species

Imperial geraniums : huge spectacular spring flowers

Leaf geraniums : leaves with white, yellow, and red variegations

Leguminosae : a large botanical family with 17.000 species

Leucospermum : pincushion and ... a feminist triumph

Mammillaria : cacti with “ round dance ” flowers and fruits

Meillandina roses : born for cultivation in pots

Miniature geraniums : not high more than 23 centimetres

Mirabilis jalapa: the " four o’clock flowers "

Modern roses : the new trend

Monegasque National Plants

Myrtaceae: the exotic relatives of the myrtle

Namaqualand: spectacular blooming of the South African desert

Nepenthes pervillei: carnivorous plant of Seychelles

Nerium oleander : the oleander, a splendid Mediterranean plant

Never seen before flowers : found out in various parts of the world

Night cacti : they bloom as soon as it darkens, and their flowers fall at dawn

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden

Odorous geraniums : fragrances of rose, lemon, mint and spices

Old roses : an always actual glamour

Opuntia : the “ prickly pears ” ... sculptural forms and splendid flowers

Papaver : poppies and relatives

Passiflora : the "Passion flowers"

Peradeniya botanical orchard : gigantic exotic plants

Phalaenopsis : the easy orchid which grows up well at home

Princesse Grace de Monaco Rose Garden : born on the sea

Protea : beautiful South African with a multiform look

Roses without grafting : they grow up on their roots. Advantages.

Scent of flowers : to attract pollinators from kilometres far away

Scented Roses : also between the new Tea Hybrids

Simple roses : they have usually 5 petals... but well placed

Solanaceae : the family of potatoes and tomatoes

South African Iridaceae : spectacular relatives of the iris

South African Proteaceae : they are not afraid of fires... on the contrary !

Stellars geraniums : created in Australia by a passionate in 1950

Stone plants : succulent plants, mimetic, with splendid flowers.

Succulent geraniums : they bloom and then disappear for months

Tecomaria capensis : suitable for Mediterranean gardens

The Anigozanthos: the " Kangaroo paws "

The Botanical Garden of Chanousia

The Botanical Garden of Victoria : history and endemisms of the Seychelles

The incredible Maldivian Lodoicea and the Vallée de Mai

The Jardin Exotique of Monaco : 7.000 species

The Leucadendron : similar to daisies and pine-cones

The Parc Phoenix of Nice

Tulipa : tulips with several heads, similar to roses...and odd forms

Unusual geraniums : incredible forms and colours

Verticordia : the “ feather flowers ” which come from Australia

Violets : they hybridize easily for kids enjoyment

Viscum album : the mistletoe is not a parasite

Welwitschia mirabilis : Namibia’s living fossil

Xanthorrhoea : overcomes the 900 years and is not afraid of fire

Zoysia : an expensive lawn with poor maintenance

Australian proteaceae : wily seducers

Iris: nowadays they count 30.000 horticultural forms