In the heart of the garden, you'll find the Orquideorama, an organically expanding wooden meshwork of modular “flower-tree” structures. ("Flower-tree" means the structure has a flower form with the size and properties of a tree.) The design by Plan B Architects is meant to represent the way a garden grows, with one flower or tree popping up one next to the other. Each of the "flower-tree" structures contain a trunk and six hexagonal petals, and each of these petals collect rainwater to nourish the plants below. Within the Orquideorama, there is an orchid collection and butterfly reserves, as well as a pavilion which provides space for many different functions such as floral exhibitions, meditation sessions, and weddings. As a matter of fact, the Orquideorama was closed at the time of our visit as they were preparing for an event being hosted within the next few days. To say the Orquideorama was a display of amazing architecture is an understatement! ☆ I'm grateful for the ability to still get a decent view through the fence!