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Mexican barrel cactus (Echinocactus grusonii)

This cactus is under threat in the wild. Our specimen is more than 100 years old. These plants can survive in some very exceptional habitats – they can even grow in the splits of rocks.

Plant Palace, Desert

Jade vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys)

This plant is a climbing vine from the tropical rainforests. It is related to the garden broad bean - you will see this very clearly if you compare the flowers. In the wild it’s an indigenous species of the Philippines, where it is pollinated by bats.

Plant Palace, Tropical rainforest and Anthropogenic biome

Grass head aloe (Aloe alooides)

This aloe is very rarely seen in botanical collections. Our specimen came to us via the Botanical Garden of Kirstenbosch in South Africa, where it is endemic. The plant is more than 40 years old.

Plant Palace, Desert

Feathery mammillaria (Mammillaria plumosa)

This plant is very rare in the wild. The common name refers to the shape of the typical plant extensions. Above these grow soft thorns. These protect the plant from the intense desert sun, but are not prickly. You will find it in our Desert Glasshouse.

This plant has already found a protector.

Plant Palace, Desert

Hispaniola palmetto (Sabal domingensis)

This plant is rarely found in botanical collections. Our plant was a gift from the Royal Greenhouses situated in Laken in 1935. It was originally collected from the wild in Haiti.

Plant Palace, Tropical rainforest