Lost in a hibiscus plantation
This last weekend I visited a small but dense and colorful plantation of hibiscus, some 20 min biking from home. Although clearly well-structured as seen from the heights, while walking inside the plantation I got lost for a minute while taking photos here and there. Come see the best snapshots!
Let’s begin with the plantation, which belongs to an enterprise that sells the plants and gardening services:
I just went down and got close to the fields:
The next shots are already inside the fields, while visiting the sections for purple, pink, and white-pink-red flowers:
If you liked my photos of these flowers, check out my other stories. I feature here three of them:
- Wild orchids of Switzerland
- Wildflowers in my balcony
- Spotting wildflowers as I hike up to 2200 m: part 1 - part 2
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