Royal Botanical Garden, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Royal Botanical Garden, Sydney has a wide variety of plants from tropical to ferns, orchids, palms and cacti.
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Garden Palace Sydney 1879

Garden Palace, Macquarie Street, Exhibition Building, Sydney, burnt down 1882 . Clarke's specimens were destroyed" on reverse

Japanese Wisteria trained as a standard.

Wisteria Floribunda trained to a standard behind the Lions Gate in garden bed…

Lemon Myrtle Tree - flowers in bloom mid summer (in December). Leaves when crushed give off a fresh lemon scent.

Lemon Myrtle Tree - flowers in bloom mid summer (in December). Leaves when crushed give off a fresh lemon scent.

A low hedge of Matchstick bromeliads (Aechmea gamosepala), flowering mid winter along the walking seperating garden beds 41c and 41b.

A low hedge of Matchstick bromeliads (Aechmea gamosepala), flowering mid winter along the walking seperating garden beds and

Pink Quill plants (Tillandsia cyanea), growing on a palm tree near the entrance to the Botanical Garden Restaurant entrance. Garden bed 55b.

Pink Quill plants (Tillandsia cyanea), growing on a palm tree near the entrance to the Botanical Garden Restaurant entrance.

Bee attracted to Bull Bay magnolia's giant flowers with a wafting lemon fragrance and sweet nectar. There are numerous large specimens around the garden giving a wafting lemon fragrance.

Bee attracted to Bull Bay magnolia's giant flowers with a wafting lemon fragrance and sweet nectar. There are numerous large specimens around the garden giving a wafting lemon fragrance.

Wishing Tree

Touchwood Tree - make a wish!

Florida Flame Azalea

Florida Flame Azalea

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