Saturday, September 3, 2022

Water Lilies at Shurakuen Garden

 


A very simple post today, just some snaps of water lilies at the Shurakuen garden in Tsuyama, Okayama.


Nympharaceae, commonly known as water lily, consists of about 70 different species of plants that gow in temperate and tropical areas around the world.


They have a variety of different colors, though the species growing in Shurakuen has white flowers that were blooming when I visited in early July.


The main feature of Shurakuen is a very large body of water, much of which is covered in water lilies which tends to make a very green garden in summer.


I believe the floating greenery does die back in the autumn and winter and that would make the pond more reflective. I hope to find out in a couple of months on my next visit there in November

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