11/29/17

WATW

This image was taken by Hubby at Bason Botanical Gardens,
outside of Whanganui.

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17 comments:

Tom said...

...I see these when I'm on Maui, they are huge!

Kirsi Gembus said...

I don't know this giants plants - they are so extraordinary ;-)
Greetings
Kirsi

Falk Raum Design Systeme said...

What giants plants!
Greetings
Falk

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Impressive plants.

NatureFootstep said...

interesting design of these trees. Nature at it´s best :)

Marit Sønstebø said...

Exciting plants, and wonderful photo!

italiafinlandia said...

Outstanding vegetation!
Have a good Wednesday!

Rhonda Albom said...

I am always impressed by the size of the seed stalks that emerge from these large succulents. The agaves by me send out huge flowering fronds that can reach up more than 3 metres.

Jill Harrison said...

wow - look at the height of those plants! impressive. Have a great week.

Erica Sta said...

Fantastic plant! Indeed it's cold here in Germany, it's wintery with some snow.
Wish you a good Wednesday.
Heidrun

sara [at] journey of doing said...

It's been warm here lately. Blue skies like yours but a lot less foliage. ;) I've been trying to get into the holiday spirit by looking at photos/writing about our winter trip to Europe last year! ;)

jeannettestgermain said...

The yellow century flower (I think that's how it's called) - the tallest one, I have seen here a few times in California, but not as tall as this one seems here. The whole realm of cacti and related plants are amazing to me! Lovely capture, Betty!

likeschocolate said...

How gorgeous! Thanks for sharing! Wishing you a wonderful week.

Klara S said...

Massive! Beautiful capture. I think these are agavas, aren't they?
Thank you for hosting.

Buckeroomama said...

I love visiting botanical gardens. Nice to see pics of nice "warm" weather. :)

Sharon said...

Love those tall plants. We have nothing like that in the "desert" land of San Diego!

Klara S said...

Oh, yes! They grow well! From time to time our City Hall decide to place agava in pot in 18th of March Park. When it blooms it's a big event :-)