For Cee’s FOTD.
Cee’s flower of the day challenge has my Latin expanding. I don’t think there is a ‘common name’ for this one. A tall tree, it is difficult to propagate and suited to cool climates, which is probably why I found it in the Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens.
I also thought I’d try to enter it in Becky’s Squares – In the pink.
I shot this in Tasmania, but can’t find its name for the life of me.
It’s for Cee’s flower of the day.
Let me know if you can give it a name, please.
My flower of the day, for Cee’s challenge.
Bird of paradise, in Tasmania’s Botanic Gardens
It’s the last Orchid from Tasmania, in Cee’s flower of the day challenge.
Don’t worry, I’ll run out, soon, and Spring is around the corner for more photo specimens. But for today, it’s another Tasmanian orchid.
From within the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Conservatory.
No surprises, today. It’s another orchid from Tasmania.
Returning to my theme for Cee’s flower of the day –
A different variety of orchid, from the Tasmanian Royal Botanical Gardens
I think a caterpillar beat me to it. See more at Cee’s Flower of the day.
My latest Orchid for Cee’s flower of the day