Archive for the tag "Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden"

Chocolate ball ginger (Zingiber macradenium) is a beehive ginger, so-called because of their shape and composition.

Chocolate ball ginger

Palm trees and other foliage reflect off the calm surface of Lily Lake at Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden.

Abstracts: Lily Lake reflections

Banana stalk flies mating on the spadix of an Anthurium schlechtendalii

Banana stalk flies mating

A clump of Beechey bamboo on the Big Island of Hawaii

Beechey bamboo

Alpinia purpurata is also known as red ginger. This bright red display is not actually the flower, but the bract.

Alpinia purpurata ‘Tahitian Double’

The trunks of two trees are entwined by a tangled vine, surrounded by exotic foliage.

Tangled trunks

Flowers of a New Guinea creeper (Tecomanthe dendrophila) on the Big Island of Hawaii.

New Guinea creeper

A satin pothos climbs a tree in Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden.

Satin pothos