Echinacea tennesseensis to the N.E. of the yurt. Hairy stems hold a spidery flower head of washed out pink petals, to 1m. N.America
- Mahonia eutriphylla, Mexico. Terminal clusters of ivory white flowers, hanging over the border edge to the north of the Arid Lands Glasshouse to get the light. Growing beneath Schinus polygamus, wild origin by Hayward from the Andes. Covered in small yellow flowers. Look through the canopy to the strong trunk with almost papery plates of bark resembling a Platanus trunk.