The garden is on a hill which is capped by a snow-white Quartz outcrop.
Scattered along the sides of the hill are thousands of small quartz rocks, many with patterned black Lichen growing on them.
Many of the plants on the hill I've not seen growing anywhere else.
I've got no idea what the botanical or common names are.
Some of the plants are so small or inconspicuous that they can be easily missed, I usually find something new every time I visit here.
I think that this is some type of Aloe.
Such a weird looking plant, like fat fingers sticking out of the Earth - I was lucky to find them in flower once.
These are two plants, the thorny one on top with flowers and, underneath it a small succulent which looks like a Lithops or 'Living Stone'
These two plants have fat roundish stems with cabbage-like leaves.
I only tell trusted people where this Magical Garden is because, when I showed some images to one woman, she immediately suggested that I should dig them up and transplant them to my garden ... grrrr.
I haven't been here for quite awhile now and, in fact, I'm a little scared to visit in case some dingbat has discovered it and ripped some of the plants out.