09 May 2010


Continuiing from the post on 2 May 10 at Cairns, we visited this nursery where I saw this beautiful Tibouchina tree, under which grew a peach-coloured flower Brugmansia cultivar. The contrast is so good. But as always, I think I was the only one amazed with it.

I liked the 2nd photo because it looked like a dry meandering river of silvery-leaved Gazania cultivars.

Then, there were these clumps of aquatic grasses and the one in the foreground had interesting flowers.

There was a black-white spider on a red-branched Euphorbia cultivar.

Finally, there was an Eggfly Butterfly on the lilac-flowered Pentas lanceolata.