Mediterranean Garden Society

Sparoza - East Terrace

The photograph at the top of this page shows a view across the East Terrace in March with Rosa banksiae in bloom (Photo Lucinda Willan)

The East Terrace is one of the main seating areas in the garden, a large terrazzo-tiled area raised a few metres above the Terraces giving a wonderful view over the garden and out across the Mesogeion plain to the mountains and sea beyond. The space is dominated by a large white Banksian rose, Rosa banksiae var. banksiae which frames the seating area and creates a green tunnel over a wood and metal pergola that runs along the ramp that leads to the Woodland bed and the Terraces.

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1. Iris unguicularis
2. Ornithogalum arabicum
3. Agave attenuata
4. Helichrysum orientale
5. Rosa ‘Iceberg’
6. Rhamnus alaternus
7. Salvia sp.
8. Salvia discolor
9. Lycianthes rantonnetii
10. Salvia microphylla
11. Eremophila nivea
13. Salvia microphylla 'Hot Lips'
14. Rosmarinus officinalis 'Boule'
15. Rosa sp.
16. Salvia mellifera
17. Stachys cretica
19. Ajania pacifica
20. Pelargonium quercifolium
21. Papaver somniferum
22. Helichrysum orientale
23. Iris sp.
24. Aurinia saxatilis ?
25. Olea europaea
26. Acanthus mollis
27. Wisteria sinensis
28. Plumbago auriculata
29. Rhus crenata ?
30. Rosa banksiae var. banksiae
31. Chrysanthemoides incana
32. Lotus berthelotii
33. Maurandya barclayana
34. Artemisia ludoviciana
35. Hemerocallis
36. Tradescantia sillamontana
37. Rosa × bracteata 'Mermaid'
38. Oxalis purpurea
39. Passiflora
41. Oxalis articulata
42. Pistacia lentiscus

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