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I have been blown away by these Spheres! Thank you so much for sharing Summer 🙂
14:40 Ariod folk
s LOL, yes we are waiting for the King Anthurium to be introduced since Part 1😂
That Begonia Maculata looks so beautiful! ♡ I've struggled so muvh with mine! 😥
He's cute and such a plant daddy imagine all the greenhouses he can build for me……..i mean beautiful plants!
Great video Summer! Keep up the good work we really appreciate it.
I kinda cringe everytime you point out the mealy bugs…
So excited for the next part
Finally! Another great installment of the tour. Loving the iridescent plant varieties as well as the deep-colored prayer plants.
Their cacao tree reminds me of the one that we have in our backyard which is quite a beast with all the fruits and flowers.
I love the overall experience so far with all the information you and Justin shared. Looking forward for the next vid. Well done you guys 👍🏼
Problematic company. Beautiful plants! I’m a little surprised Summer would do a colab with Amazon considering her concern for sustainability.
Loved this episode ❤️
love the passiflora!! 😍😍😍
I have a ceratostema ; however , mine is a ruhii. Such beautiful plants.
Awesome place..thanks for sharing
Chocolate Tree's natural polinators: AntsYour welcome
my fave is Justin, hes kinda hawt … yummmyyyyyyyyyyyyyy daddy do meeeeeeehhhhhhhhhhhhhh
i love the passiflora
Something to look forward to tonight!
Loved the Passiflora fun fact (these adaptation/evolution traits are what makes nature and botany sooo fun and interesting to me). And it is curious how female bees are attracted to cough drops smell (at least it is what a significant percentage of Anguloas smell to me – I wouldn't call it very "romance inducing", but…).
Is it in New York City ?
Can you two like go on a date ? Loved watching you two together 🙂
Wow that Philodendron sp. 'Narrow' has got to be one of the most beautiful plants from the whole tour😍 Just stunning💚
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Can Elephant Ears be planted outside in a more shaded area?
He's right, caladiums are surprise plants, when you forget about them you will notice a new colorfull leaf poping out of a random place.
😂 my son & I do snail patrol 😂Great video 🥰💚🌿 so many beautiful plants! Also you have an eye for mealybugs
Would love to get my hands on a Caladium palacioanum. Love how the Pleurothallis cardiothallis blooms from the leaf where the stem is attached, cool 3-D effect.
Loved this episode sooo much!! anguloa cliftonii has to be one of the most fantastic plants I’ve learned about on this channel! Those flowers are wild 😜!
Really stunning plants! I hope they are fitted with burglary alarms 🙂
Having covered both the conservatories in Gardens by the Bay and the Amazon Spheres, I guess next step is the Eden Project (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eden_Project)
Great video Summer, so many stunning plants!
a lot of nice plants ! I love these explorations … thank you Summer
I have been trying to ID a plant I have in a terrarium I made years ago and it showed up in this video: Ruellia makoyana. Mystery solved. Yay!
Just so amazing!!
I would get some solitary bees in there.And tree frogs.Oooh, humming birds would be great!
Nice video! 💚I love this: 'Because it's a low light plant doesn't mean it's a no light plant'.
Amazing plants in there. Holy cow! It's impressive that they have so many in bloom.
To answer your question, ALL OF THEM.
both of you have infinite knowledge. much love & appreciation.
Love that ”low light, doesn’t mean no light”Going to use that when I help new plant lovers
It’s very special to tour this cutting edge facility with Justin Schroeder, someone who has a grasp of the entire enterprise. His commentary spanning the macro; diurnal temperature variation, seasonal changes, to the micro; iridoplast , egg casing mimicry, makes for compelling viewing. He must experience daily discoveries which can act as guides and indicators as he continues to develop protocols and make course corrections while blazing this new horticultural path. ~ That many, if not most of the plants shown demonstrate a robust vigor and morphology typically found in a natural setting shows that the intensive planning for this project is already bearing fruit. ~ A couple of unidentified ‘elephants in the room’ …..the specie with pink blooms at 19:35 > and the one with the substantial flower spike at 23:14 ?
I loved summers reaction everytime she saw a mealy bug, and the guy was like “ya it happens”. Mean while when I find a mealy bug it’s an all out war.
So real talk… how do I get an invite to one of those slug parties?
omg she walk past that aquarium
I would have to stop myself taking a cutting of EVERYTHING!!! 😂💚
The dieffenbachia at the end definitely looks like a relative of reflector they have the same markings
Impressed with your ability to spot mealy bugs.I was trying to study the structure of the dome, steel frame and outer glass panels. One day after I win the lottery I'll be living in one of those, in the country, bed right out in the open amongst the plants. Great to see Metallica has thier own plant🤘😜🤘
Hm, there were so many stunning plants but I think I fell in love with the Passiflora Boenderi.
That orchid candy smelling flower… I need it
Wow, so beautiful 😍👍
god id love to work there or something similar how would i even go about that
@ 16:00 — P. squamiferum — Are you sure, Summer? I don't see the reddish, hairy squamules typical for that species, even when you hold one petiole still. Its petioles looks more smooth and green like P. pedatum. What do you think?
Excellent vid!(; thank you for sharing this (:
Fabulous episode! So many cool looking plants. Thank you for doing this.
I wonder if he get cuttings for himself? Sharing is caring!!!! 😂
Beautiful and Amazing! 😍
I love how you put the Latin name for each plant. It would be great if you would add the family along with the name. For me, it helps make quick mental connections between plants.
Aristolochia goudotii I'm sure about the sp … is common in the south pacific of Costa Rica, in the Osa Peninsula .
Passiflora boenderi at 20:45 has one of the showiest foliage of any Passiflora genus I've ever seen. You can get them online from Grassy Knoll exotic plants at a great price. I bought one a year ago, they're absolutely beautiful when young and well worth growing.
Why, the most exciting plant of this episode is one of the very first plants, the unidentified Aristolochia at 4:11.I'm always amazed that more plant people aren't into this fascinating and terrifically varied genus.
I LOVE the Spheres, I try to visit the garden once a month, especially during our cold, dreary, wet and depressing winters here in Seattle.
The dieffenbachia is an old cultivar named "Rex" created in Hawaii
So.amazing! I cant help watching it for the second time! It made me feel so happy.
OMG… this was awesome!!!
…. clusia rosea …. is a parkinglot tree in our hottest downtown zone. unfortunately, in our subtropics, they can get into the native forest and become a pest. ….would be great for houses as long as its :: far away :: from tropical/ subtropical native forests ( aside from its native range ofcourse (; )🙏
13:19 the metallicum behind is immense and dreamy!!!
Omg! Those plants looks amazing!
I wish to go visit. What an awesome place. I wish I could have all those plants in my garden. Thank you for taking us on this wonderful experience!
a caladium that doesn't go dormant, oh my gosh i need it…
OMG I love this. Thank you so much!!! 🙂
I love these videos of botanical gardens. One day I hope to go see this one. Thanks so much for going there and sharing it with us.
While it's painful to see yourself on video and I butchered a lot of the species names, this video turned out great! Thanks Summer, it was a lot of fun and it's a pleasure to be able to show people that aren't able to visit in person some of the great plants that our dedicated horticulture team maintain every single day. Being part of the Amazon Spheres has been a humbling and incredibly rewarding experience, can't wait for the other episodes!
I've been finding myself curious about if in these spaces the plants are in individual containers or planted in some sort of an artificial soil column. Can you speak to that?
I wonder if they have to deal with plant thieves trying to make off with cuttings
I want a home like this..
that Dieffenbachia at the end is a Showstopper
Very nice video, but you bypassed so many bromeliads 😕
Those orchids! I'm drooling over here
all I am thinking is pest management in this big space
How to get this in your home:Build a corner Paludarium!
I have a few Paludariums with tropical plants and the leaves become huge! Artificial lights heat it to 22-24 C° during the day and it drops two or three degrees in the night. Humidity is > 80 % all the time and often at saturation. The water below generates the humidity without any spraying needed.
Seen this i wana move my home inside of this dome.Its Amazingly breathtaking.
I know a greenhouse where frogs where used for some pest control and they add a rainforest vibe with their whistling. They also had carnivorous mice that came from outside that eat snails and larger insects
Really nice episode!Is the squamiferum really a sqaumiferum? the stems are not fuzzy at all… looks more like a pedatum or something…
Pretty much every plant I wanted to know the name of they skipped past 🙁
5 mins in and its chewing gum thats making him chomp every 2 mins, thought he was gurning on drugs! Stunning plants featured tho!
these two are so cute nerding out over plants
Love the tours! All the travel vlogs are so inspiring!
What was the big cluster of pink dangling flowers hanging over the side of the walkway and the big orange thistle-like flower,,, set about two yards back from the walkway? I recognized the heliconia… early on in the video! lol
omg. love this series
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