The Wildflower Terraces line the pathways leading to the hospital, serving as a beautiful floral gateway into the therapeutic garden. It is located adjacent to the hospital and visitors can enjoy open vistas of vividly coloured planting resembling wildflower meadows and grasslands.
Besides providing a tranquil landscape for visitors to relax, the flowering shrubs and grasses within the meadow such as
Singapore Rhododendron (Melastoma malabathricum) and
Golden Dew Drop (Duranta erecta) are also biodiversity attracting, bringing a variety of birds, bees, and butterflies into the therapeutic garden.
The Wildflower Terraces allow visitors to slowly meander through the therapeutic garden, enjoying nature at their own pace. Walking deeper into the therapeutic garden brings visitors further up the hill, allowing a gradual flow of visitors into increasingly private spaces.