As mentioned in this post, these lovely trees were what attracted me to Cascades Gardens.
Rosy Trumpet Tree is also called Tabebuia rosea or pink poui. I already wrote about a different genus of Tabebuia here, though I only realized this when I saw the flowers up close. Our Tabebuia here in the Philippines isn’t as tall, though.
A trivia: This is a national tree of El Salvador.
The tree in all its glory. I loved how balanced its branches looked.
An ant’s view of the tree’s branches and flowers.
Here are zoomed-in shots of its flowers. Too bad the tree was too tall so I couldn’t take a macro shot of the flower itself.
As usual, I’ll end this post with my favorite shot from this set.
Photos were taken at Cascades Gardens in Gold Coast, Australia.