July 4, 2013

Koishikawa Botanical Gardens in June

It seems like every time I visit this garden, there is something new to appreciate. 

A yellow banana flower.

I visited over a month ago, when the hydrangeas were in full bloom.

An apple tree grown from a sapling of the tree that Newton used to discover gravity.

These will not turn into apples.

These purple blossoms must be awfully sweet. I remember a black butterfly hovering near the same bush the year before.


The Siberian irises were in full bloom.

Blue dragonfly.

I stuck my camera into a drain pipe after I saw a toad go into one and shot randomly. Turns out, there were two!

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