A thing of beauty is a joy forever !
What a lovely shade of turquoise! And just take a look at the tusk-shaped petals!
Was this at Lalbaag gardens, Bangalore?
How come I never noticed all these years?
It’s been several months since I last visited the place.
Will look for it when I visit the place next.
Yes GV, I found this at the Lalbagh Gardens, Bangalore. I think it was a little ahead of the Bonsai section, in a pathway covered with a trellis supporting the vines of this plant in full bloom.. Isn’t it beautiful? I had never before seen a flower this colour. Bunches of flowers hung down from the runners overhead. My daughter thought they looked like small chandeliers 🙂
You’ve never noticed these? Then I suppose they must be seasonal.
I just loved Lalbagh 🙂
Shail at shailsnest.com has posted a similar picture in her latest blog post.
I am reproducing the comment I posted there.
Its relevant here too.
Can any man made factory, even in the most technologically advanced country produce this natural wonder with just a seed, soil, sunlight, water and air as raw material?
Nature is simply awesome.
Thanks for the reminder.
wow what plant/flower is this? it’s superb!
Don’t know the name, Scribby. I wonder if there is a website where they allow you to upload a pic of a flower and then let you know what plant/flower it is!!
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