Ancient Rome – “Scent- A Roma”

In Ancient Rome, the garden was a central part of the home. Well manicured topiaries, neatly trimmed shrubs, arbors, water features and sculptures were very familiar sight in mannier gardens.  The students attempt to recreate such a garden with their own added flair.

Episode 4 Plant List 

  1. Laurus nobilis underplanted with:
    1. Punica  granatum
    2. Tagetes ‘Bee’
    3. Thyme
    4. Mentha pulegium
    5. Origanum marjoram
  1. Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Garnetti’ underplanted with:
    1. Erigeron karvinskianus
    2. Thyme
    3. Mentha spp
    4. Lavandula ‘Margaret Roberts’
    5. Lamium galeobdolon
    6. ‘Lute’
  1. Origanum vulgare ‘Variegata’
  2. Lemon ‘Eureka’
  3. Aloysia triphylla
  4. Lactus sp ‘Rosa’
  5. Tagetes ‘Bee’
  6. Lavandula ‘Margaret Roberts’
  7. Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Ginger’
  8. Salvia gregii ‘Sally G’
  9. Salvia farinacea
  10. Salvia officinalis
  11. Ocimum basicilium ‘High Hopes’
  12. Ocimum basicilium ‘Purpurascens’
  13. Cynara cardunculus
  14. Lemon “Eureka”
  15. Ajuga reptans ‘Black Scallop’
  16. Panica granatum
  17. Rose ‘Satchmo’ Lobelia ‘Crystal       Palace’ Lobelia      ‘Blue Moon’
  18. Thymus vulgaris
  19. Mentha pulegium
  20. Rose Flower Carpet ‘Scarlet’

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