The Herb & Spice Garden Garden in the Lake Gardens must have been part of the gardens within the Conservatory and nursery area, as it was here that a glass house was originally situated.
Despite the screening that kept it quite hidden from the public eye, it has quite a prominent entrance and one would not miss the signage, walking along the road. Entering the garden one would be greeted by the sight of a large pergola heaped up with the creeper Kesidang (Vallaris glabra).
Flanking this central pergola are smaller pergolas covered with the beautiful creeper, Beaumontia grandiflora. When in flower, the large white blooms, in clusters are really impressive. One might wonder what herbal use these ornamental creepers have but I believe they are there to provide the aesthetic quality to the garden, which otherwise would be mainly green.