Hello everyone, I hope you all are well. Yesterday I visit a garden near my colony where I capture different types of plants to share with the community.
Nyctaginaceae, or the four-o'clock family, is a flowering plant family with roughly 33 genera and 290 species, mostly found in tropical and subtropical latitudes with a few exceptions in temperate areas. Many genera have exceptionally big (>100 m) pollen grains, and the family includes a distinctive fruit type called an "anthocarp."
Gardenia jasminoides, often known as gardenia, is a coffee family Rubiaceae evergreen flowering plant. It is native to Asia, with the majority of wild populations found in Vietnam, Southern China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Myanmar, India, and Bangladesh. Plants range in height from 30 cm to 3 m, with a rounded habit and opposing leaves that are lanceolate-oblong, leathery, or grouped in groups on the same node, as well as a dark green, lustrous, slightly waxy surface and noticeable veins.
- Location: 97 RB Adda Johal
- Camera: Samsung Nx Mini
- Lens:17X Macro
- Object: Flower
- Editing Software: Aurora HDR, Affinity Photo