The Bespectacled Mother

Dragon for a tree #ThursdayTreeLove 5


Does this seem unusual for a tree?

This has come a long way from Canary Islands to the Botanical Garden of Ooty.


I am joining Parul Thakur, this week, with her post for the hashtag #ThursdayTreeLove 10

If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link to Parul’s post. Let’s come together to appreciate the beautiful nature around us. 

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14 thoughts on “Dragon for a tree #ThursdayTreeLove 5

  1. So unusual (for me). Beautiful silhouette against the sky.


  2. Obsessivemom on said:

    What an unusual tree and I love how you’ve shot it.


  3. That’s such a unique name and look at that travel. A lot 🙂
    Thanks for joining! Really appreciate it.


  4. Dragon tree – what an apt name for this tree! It does look a bit intimidating, too! Lovely picture, Anu!


  5. shanayatales on said:

    Wow! Such a unique tree. And lovely shot. 🙂


  6. that’s a cool tree. Fascinating!!


  7. cool shot


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  9. Amazing shot of a very unusual tree!


  10. Natasha on said:

    Is this the same tree that bears the Dragon fruit? I’m guessing no. Very intriguing indeed.

    My latest post:


  11. Veens on said:

    For some strange reason this reminds of roald Dahl books. 🙈 it’s lovely


  12. Beautiful tree! These days there’s a lot of talk of not planting trees out of their original habitat because it messes with the ecosystem.


  13. Just returned from Ooty and so much in awe at the botanical garden, thats filled with beautiful trees… loved the click.


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