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The Tourism Malaysia Garden

By garden designers David Cubero and James Wong.

Tourism Malaysia Chelsea Flower Show 2010

The first-ever full-size Malaysian show garden seen at the Chelsea Flower Show, this garden aims to transport visitors to the spectacular landscapes, bizarre rare flora and vibrant culture of the Malaysian archipelago.

Tourism Malaysia Chelsea Flower Show 2010

Inspired by lush rainforests and idyllic Kampung village gardens, this is nevertheless a thoroughly modern garden, which interprets Malaysia's diverse cultures and landscapes through a 21st century lens to create a garden as unusual, surprising and dynamic as the country itself.

The Tourism Malaysia Garden Chelsea Flower Show 2010

Plants list

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Small Ground Cover  (0.5m)
Adiantum malesianum                             
Aeschynanthus japhrolepsis    
Aglaomorpha coronans                            
Alocasia sanderiana  
Alocasia reginula    
Alocasia cuprea            
Begonia bowerii
Centella asiatica
Elettaria cardamomum           
Eleocharis accicularis
Etlingeria elatior
Dischidia nummularia
Lycopodium squarrosum
Molineria capitulata
Nepenthes sanguinea ' Rebecca'  
Nepenthes alata
Nepenthes ventricosa
Paphiopedilum rothschildiana   
Paphiopedilum sanderianum                   
Scindapsus pictus            
Zingiber spectabile                          

Medium Ground Cover (0.5m - 1m height)
Asplenium nidus avis
Homalomena wallisii
Tacca integrifolia

Medium Shrubs (1.5 - 2.5m height)

Alocasia wentii                                           
Cyathea latebrosa
Pandanus amarilifolius
Rhapis multifida
Tupidanthus calyptratus
Large Trees (3.5m - 6m)
Ficus microcarpa var nitida  
Artocarpus heterophyllus
Cyathea latebrosa  

See RHS coverage of this garden here.