Saturday, 23 December 2017
Tuesday, 5 December 2017
Regal Pelargonium "Marie Rudling" and Adelaide Botanical Gardens
|"Marie Rudling" - Regal Pelargonium|
My last visit to Adelaide Botanical gardens was on my very first trip to Australia in 1988. When my sister suggested a visit there on my recent trip I readily agreed. I can't say I remember very much about it, but one or two places seemed familiar. Our main reason for visiting was to see the Wisteria Arch which was in full flower. I hope you agree, it did look magnificent.
The Water Lily House
I remember this glass monument made from sheets of glass and situated in front of the large tropical glasshouse
The tropical Glasshouse. I was quite disappointed in this, but perhaps I was there at the wrong time of year.
This is Grevillea "Peaches and Cream" growing outside the glasshouse
A pretty glad with a monument to the Brownies
Close-up of the Brownie monument
This wrought iron arbour was erected in memory of Elvis Presley
I loved the bark on this tree
I couldn't resist a couple of photo's of the bark
Succulent and Cacti Glasshouse
Sophie in the Grotto
Can you spot the lizard?
Sophie demonstrating how large the roots are on this Morton Bay Fig
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