The Garden of Oasis is a beautiful and thriving garden located at Rainbow Oasis, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting artists. This garden is an integral part of the organization’s commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility, which is reflected in the “G” pillar of the ROYGBIV program.
The Garden of Oasis features over 200 styles of plants, including mature fruit trees such as three mango trees, two coconut trees, one avocado tree, one orange tree, one papaya tree, one lime tree, and a banana tree. These trees provide not only aesthetic beauty but also fresh and delicious fruits for the residents and visitors to enjoy.
In addition to fruit trees, the garden also boasts a variety of plants and flowers, including the popular Monstera, lemongrass, colocasia elephant ear, pilea microphylla, Aloe vera, bougainvillea, palm trees, a 100+ year-old banyan tree, Mortii Palmpedia, kalanchoe, Cuban aragrano, and devil’s ivy.
The devil’s ivy, also known as Epipremnum aureum, is a vine plant with heart-shaped leaves that can grow up to 10 feet long. It is a popular indoor plant due to its low maintenance and ability to purify the air by removing harmful toxins. It can also be grown outdoors in warmer climates and is often used as ground cover.
The Garden of Oasis is not just a beautiful space for artists to enjoy; it also serves as a model for sustainable gardening practices. Rainbow Oasis upcycles and recycles items, uses solar energy, and promotes sustainable practices in the arts community. By incorporating sustainable practices into the garden, Rainbow Oasis demonstrates that art and sustainability can coexist and even enhance each other.
In summary, the Garden of Oasis is a stunning and diverse garden that reflects the commitment of Rainbow Oasis to sustainability and environmental responsibility. It provides a peaceful and inspiring space for artists to create, as well as a model for sustainable gardening practices that can be implemented in other communities.
- 3 mature mango tree
- 2 coconut tree
- 1 avocado tree
- 1 orange
- 1 Papaya
- 1 lime
- 1 banana tree
- colocasia elephant ear
- pilea microphylla
- Aloe vera
- 100 + year-old banyan tree
- Mortii Palmpedia
- cuban aragrano
- devil’s ivy
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