Columns and Colour

I spent a little time in Dunedin Botanic Garden today, not much as the wind was cold. Couldn't resist taking some photos near the main entrance because the red foliage was looking great (usually it's difficult to get this particular foliage to come out 'right' in the camera). Click on any photo to enlarge. You... Continue Reading →

Tree Medusa

A few photos I set aside of the horse chestnut tree in Dunedin Botanic Garden because they made me think of Medusa. The first day I stood under the tree I thought of Medusa and when I published my initial post Ann Mackay confirmed the same thing so I thought I'd do a 'Medusa' post... Continue Reading →

Irises and Goldfish

I spent quite some time on 28 April wandering the Dunedin Botanic Garden while Nigel was busy with his work. The day was grey and bright and tricky for photography. Here's a few pics I took when I checked out the pond garden and found irises in flower and bright goldfish hiding under water lily... Continue Reading →

Proper Autumn

What a difference it makes when the sun's out! Yesterday morning we departed our motel and then I spent more time back in the Dunedin Botanic Garden while Nigel did a site visit for his work. I wondered what difference the sun's presence would make to the horse chestnut tree - here's what I saw... Continue Reading →

Autumn Rain

Been looking forward to today's visit to Dunedin Botanic Garden but I didn't get much time before grey sky turned rainy sky. I still took around 170 photos though! Once it got too wet outside I transferred into the conservatory. For this post I've chosen pics that although not my best, hold some kind of... Continue Reading →

Faithful Friend

For Mothers Day Sunday 09 May, I settled on this beautiful rose with the wonderful name of Faithful Friend. It's in the rose garden at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. It evidently blooms for a long season as the first two photos were taken by me 28 April 2021 and the last by Nigel on... Continue Reading →

Awesome Wonder

My title is a nod to the famous hymn How Great Thou Art and finding this little scene at Dunedin Botanic Garden (New Zealand) filled me with awesome wonder and my soul did sing! This wonderful tree cultivar has its share of fame in gardening circles too, Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'. This is also my... Continue Reading →

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