Munich Botanical Garden Greenhouse: Madagascar, Mexico And North America

Munich Botanical Garden Greenhouse: Madagascar, Mexico And North America
Munich Botanical Garden Greenhouse: Madagascar, Mexico And North America
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Camellia
Camellia

Camellia

The Munich Botanical Garden is beautiful at any time of the year, blooms and smells, surprises and pleases. Today, let's go inside and see the wonders of different countries and continents.

You enter the building itself and find yourself in such an "organized jungle": here is an orange tree with hanging fruits (did you know that oranges ripen for 2 years?). And here a 6-meter-high banana palm has hung giant leaves. The dome is transparent and all trees are warm and light.

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Leucestheria
Leucestheria

Leucestheria

So you walk through this jungle, and from them, along the walls, branch doors into small thematic pavilions: "Prehistoric plants" (ferns from the time of dinosaurs live here), "Food plants" (coffee, ginger, rice, vanilla, etc.)), a pond with lilies (yes, right in the pavilion), tropics, Madagascar rare plants, Orchids, Mexican cacti. Each has its own temperature, and sometimes you open the door and you find yourself in an exotic world, which from the first step meets you with the dry air of the desert or, conversely, with the incredible humidity of the tropics.

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And how many beautiful and unusual things are there!

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Medinilla
Medinilla

Medinilla

Neoregelia
Neoregelia

Neoregelia

Ginger
Ginger

Ginger

Ginger
Ginger

Ginger

Bromeliads
Bromeliads

Bromeliads

Bromeliads
Bromeliads

Bromeliads

Ixora
Ixora

Ixora

Strelitzia
Strelitzia

Strelitzia

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Giants: Chinese rose and unknown bud (fist to understand the scale).

Hibiscus chinese
Hibiscus chinese

Hibiscus chinese

Hibiscus chinese
Hibiscus chinese

Hibiscus chinese

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I would like to note an interesting feature. Some pavilions are home to exotic butterflies and turtles. So on the doors of such pavilions, signs advise you to look at your feet more carefully (if turtles live there), that is, you walk along the path between the jungle, and there turtles crawl right under your feet. There are no fences, everything is like in the real world. Fortunately, there are no snakes. I remember my journey through the jungle, and how many things were crawling and running under my feet, and here only cute turtles …

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Mexico and Madagascar. Whimsical cacti and succulents….

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People are insects compared to some specimens.

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The last special pavilion with flowering plants serves as a "dessert" for visitors at all seasons. Camellias were exhibited in winter - well, this is actually something!

Camellias
Camellias

Camellias

Camellia
Camellia

Camellia

Camellia
Camellia

Camellia

Camellia
Camellia

Camellia

Azaleas and camellias
Azaleas and camellias

Azaleas and camellias

Azalea
Azalea

Azalea

Camellia
Camellia

Camellia

Camellia
Camellia

Camellia

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