A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Monday, 19 June 2017

Full sized bonsai

Poincianas are at their most beautiful when they are wide, spreading dangling things, which is not something that makes them suitable particularly for street planting.    

In Buderim they've been there for decades, lopped and trimmed and just plain stunted presumably because their roots live beneath paved surfaces.    They are lovely things when let to run free, but here to be fair to them, they look as though they want to be somewhere else.


© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia



William Kendall said...

They do seem crowded.

FotoMarg said...

Either way they're still beautiful.

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