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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Exotic Munnar - More Amazing Plants from Spice Garden

Here are more species of exotic plants of amazing beauty that we found in the Spice Garden Munnar:(Could not identify a couple of them)
Green Pepper
Chinese Bamboo
Cardamom Plant
Plant with Copper colored leaves - Identify ?
Balloon Plant
Peppermint Plant
Ginger Plant
Turmeric Plant
Lemon Grass
Cardamom Plant
Keshavardhini (for hair growth)
Alovera Plant
Pineapple Plant
Yellow Swiss Plant
Azelia (Japanese)
Can you identify this ?

19 comments:

  1. these are so wonderful! thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Thank you Ankita.So nice of you to leave a nice comment.

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  3. Beautiful spice garden! I especially enjoyed seeing cardamom, turmeric and ginger as I use them in cooking but had never seen the plants.

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  4. Interesting plants showed. I like that. Regards.

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  5. I really enjoyed this photo collection. :)

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  6. i only recognized a few! very cool, though.

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  7. beautiful !!
    i too have some of these in my garden :-)
    plant with copper colored leaves is just an ornamental plant i think ..i have many in pots!

    regards
    anu

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  8. We have few of them at our place in India. It's such a delight to look at trees.

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  9. Wow...so many different plants!
    Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog

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  10. Loved the lush greenery ! so refreshing :)

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  11. Hello Ram,

    Wow,wow,wow. Fantastic photos. This post is an education for me. I have not seen most of these plants.

    Best wishes

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  12. These are a wonderful collection of plants and thank you for presenting them through your blog. Is the last one, mango?

    I have not seen Green Black Pepper (before turning black) in a long time. I used to love the pickled version of the same, with maa inji and maagaaLikkaai.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today!
    Peace :)

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  13. I could recognise only the common plants like turmeric and ginger.I never knew a plant like Keshavardhini existed though the hair oil is famous with its brand name.
    I will follow your blog regularly henceforth.

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  14. Very interesting plant species... Great knowing the names of many.

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  15. The last one is guava plant? Some of the plants are new to me. Thanks for the information Ramarishnan.

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  16. Just amazing and gorgeous exotic plants!

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    You have been nominated for the 'Very Inspiring Blogger Award'. More details are on my blog.

    Cheers!

    :)

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