Flower lovers tend to think that spring is the best time of the year. Maybe they are right, but autumn, too, can offer very nice views – at least in the Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney.
This post will take you to this magic garden, located right behind the Sydney Opera House. I spent a cloudy autumn afternoon strolling through the gardens with my camera. And I have to say I very much liked what I saw.
With many exotic flowers in bloom, the gardens really had a colourful flower show going on. Not a bad autumn day!
A sample of the garden’s autumn collection
Have a look at my autumn flower collection and feel the soft, warm Australian autumn! I will show you flowers in different colours, beginning with red.
Exotic Red Flowers
Flowers of Central Sydney, Australia
Then there are pink and purple shades:
Red, Pink and Purple
Magic colours and magic plants
Then, of course, yellow, the real colour of autumn:
Shades of Yellow and Brown
Yellow and brown, the colours of autumn
Sydney leaves don’t turn yellow, they are still green:
Relaxing in the peaceful green of the gardens
The Garden’s Purple Magic
Purple flowers in the Botanic Gardens of Sydney
Purple, Brown – and a Scary Spider
Australian plants and a Sydney spider
Fresh Green and Pink
A green oasis is the centre of the Australian metropolis
So, as you can see, autumn is not a bad time of the year at all! Enjoy autumn!
Pink bananas in the Botanic Gardens of Sydney