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Tour Of The LalBagh Gardens !

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Rusty on Pine Is.

As always, a beautiful tour! Thanks, Kris!

Rusty

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mike453

Thanks for the tour Kris, it looks like a great garden. What do they grow under the glass house? I could not tell if you posted any pictures from inside it. I don't think many of the botanical gerdens here would like people carving on the palms.

Keep the great pics from India coming. :)

Best,

Mike

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Kris

thanks Rusty & Mike the glass house is for the compatitors to keep their plants,during the flowershow & sale period ! and nothing is actually grown in this glass house ! And the coverage is not yet over my friends... :rolleyes:

Love,

Kris :)

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Kris

continued..

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Kris

Now lets see other beautiful palnt species...here you see Kris standing next to a beautifull cycad,variety not known to me though.. :huh:

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Acloseup of its trunk :)

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Kris

Another cycad ! :)

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Kris

what is the plant in the middle of that landscape,is it palm or a cycad ?

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Kris

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A still of a Caryota maxima _

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Paco

Kris nice pictures.

Seems like a very interesting place, lots of potential there.

P.S: by the way...the stairs on the big stone are just great, very original, and for sure very durable hehe.

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Kris

Dear Pacoralvarez :)

thanks and very glad you liked it ! More stills to come so stay tuned my friend...

lots of love,

Kris :)

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Kris

Those 2 palm trunks seen behind me is of matured talipot palms...

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Kris

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this is a another gateway .i.e entrance no.2 and you can see clearly that the entire soil is red soil in this region...

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BigFrond

Very nice tour Kris! I love the talipots pictures. Those palms a huge. What trees are in post #7? The two trees look awsome. BTW, tell your brother not to get too excited during the garden tour. :mrlooney:

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Kris

Dear Big Frond :)

the huge tree in post 7 is not know,but all the visitiors stood beside it and took snaps of it with them standing beside it ! :) so we follow suit...

And i will convey your suggestion to my little brother... :lol:

thanks & love,

Kris :)

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i went hurridely to this cut away portion of the trunk of a mature tree but to my surprise it was a garbage collection can... :lol:

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lets see the eco friendly transport,this runs on batteries,so no smoke at all !

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