In the Museum Herbal
Garden are authentic medicinal herbs of the Guangdong and southern China region (e.g. Perilla), herbs characteristic of the Lingnan region (e.g. Hairy Fig), those that are ornamental because of their flowers and leaves (e.g.) Changeable Rose-mallow), and those that can be eaten (e.g. White Mulberry). In addition to medicinal plants used in Chinese medicine, the Herbal Garden has selected plants used by practitioners of western medicine (e.g. Aloe), and also feature plants from which western medicinal drugs originate (e.g. Sweet Wormwood).