On 19th this month, I went to the botanical garden in our city park to see really rare flower called "titan arum" with my friend. The titan arum, is a flowering plant in the family Araceae. According to the dictionary, It has the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world. And only 3rd case bloomed (height 2.7m) in Japan. It is one of the family of "Konjaku". Happy to be able to share with you. I felt really lucky to be able to enjoy many other kinds of flowers were blooming there as well.
And other varieties of flowers from inside & outside of the garden.
Thank you so much for stopping by;
Hoping all of you are having happy days and good weather;
*Lots of LOVE; Miyako*
Lovely visit to the gardens! What a beautiful variety of flowers, beautiful blooms.
Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a wonderful new week.
Have a nice week.
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Wow, what a giant bloom, she is a fantastic flower. I wished I could visit this botanical garden one day.ReplyDelete
There are many interestings things here to see, to read. I enjoyed your post.
Thank you for sharing and being part at
Have a wonderful week.
Greetings by Heidrun
Hello Miyako :=)ReplyDelete
Thank you for your visit, it was a lovely surprise. The flowers are all so beautiful. Thank you for sharing all the great variety of blooms
Enjoy the rest of the week
All the best
Hugs from your friend in Portugal.
Botanical gardens are such wonderful places to visit. I enjoyed seeing the flowers, especially that first unusual one. Thankyou. Enjoy your week. I am joining you at Mosaic Monday.ReplyDelete