Garden Of Mr Waheed Malik in Lahore

Today i will present you the Garden Of Mr Waheed Malik in Lahore. Waheed malik is a very experienced and skilled gardener of Lahore. He is very passionate in growing almost all forms of plant kingdom including cactus, succulent, bonsai, bulbs, climbers etc. He grows hundreds of Amaryllis bulbs on his rooftop and has some rare collection of amaryllis family bulbs. I had the honor to visit his garden and learned a lot of things from him. Let me share some of the flowers blooming at his farm house and one of his gardens.
Wisteria flowering at his farm house. This is one of many types of wisterias he is growing. wisteria floribunda wisteria climber
This is a bulbous plant which is not common in Lahore. It is a perennial in lahore and has wonderful fragrance. This is Ipheion uniflorum ‘Wisley Blue’ It is from allium family. Ipheion uniflorum
This is amaryllis papilio, a rare amaryllis in lahore, flowering on his rooftop. amaryllis papilio

This is one of many clematis vines grown in his garden. They do not give profuse flowering but do grow fine and flower regularly. clematis
A lot of dutch Iris. He is also growing lousiana Iris and Tall beard Iris, both of which grow very well in lahore. dutch iris
This is a flower of some cydonia. Cydonia is relative of prunus and has many varieties which are grown in lahore. He has more than one cydonia i believe. cydonia flower
He is growing Euphorbia in masses.All planted in soil bed. They give a spectacular look indeed. Euphorbia
This is yellow Tabebuia. Tabebuia is from Tecoma (Bignonia) family tree and there are lots of color available in lahore. It is one of many Tabebuia he is growing.
This is prunus growing at his farm. Not sure how much fruits it produces but it looks beautiful. prunus
The pictures above show a glimpse of what he is growing. There are lots of plants i did not cover just because they were not in bloom. I will try to capture more flowers from his garden in coming months will share with you. I will also cover more private gardens of lahore in next few posts. Your feedback will be highly appreciated.





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3 Responses

  1. Maureen says:

    What lovely pictures – Some of those plants are grown here in the UK – wisteria , prunus, iris, cydonia and clematis. Hopefully we will get some warmer weather soon and they will be flowering.

    Best wishe

  2. Anonymous says:

    Khabbab its farhan. Very good idea is this possible that you post such posts on the forum also?

  3. Stacy Gordon says:

    That’s an amazing garden you have! Loved all the pictures.

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