San Antonio Botanical Garden - June 2015
Once again, the San Antonio Botanical Garden has new sights for me to see each time I visit. Old plants begin to bloom and new ones are introduced. I photographed plenty of hardy cacti and succulents, as well as some trees and ferns with intense patterns and colors, such as the Flaming Sword (image with two yellow clashing "blades").
I'm certain the Garden rotates many flowers very so often, because this time I saw a purple brooding flower, Pitcher Plant, and a small flower with tiny flowers inside itself. Meta!
I captured some new aquatic plants, including some water lilies and a closeup of a bromeliad with water inside. On a side note, I tried to take an underwater photo using a clear plastic bag with my camera inside, but it was too blurry; next time I'll bring a glass jar.