Dierama pulcherrimum, Angel's Fishing Rod or Wand Flower, has long, arching spikes rising above grass like leaves and resembles a fishing rod, each spike drooping under the weight of its pendular pink bells. This can be seen up on the terrace in the front quadrangle.
Passiflora caerulea, the Common Passion Flower, also found on the front quad terrace, is said to have got its name from the early missionaries in South America. They thought they saw, in the parts of the flower, various signs of Christ's crucifixion. If you look closely, the Corona became the crown of thorns, the five Anthers represented five wounds and the three Styles the three nails.