You can read the previous post on: Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore: Part 1: Ancient Watch Tower and Organic Cultivation
After taking shots of organic cultivation I moved to the next section. Here, they were having fruits grown from organic farming:
Then, I went to check out the organic vegetables. There were all sorts of plants like cabbage, Indian spinach, cauliflower, onion, radish, brinjal, turmeric, french bean, chili, capsicum, etc.
On the left side there was a small garden where having different kinds of fountains:
I also took a video of the fountains:
I moved further and found Bonsai garden where they were having the Bonsai for both display and sale. Bonsai is the art of aesthetic miniaturization of trees by growing them in containers. Cultivation includes techniques for shaping, watering, and re-potting in various styles of containers. I like Bonsai plants but they need enough care, which I am not sure I can provide. Due to my trips sometimes I am out of the city for several days and in those cases the plants will be in a survival situation. 🙂 That’s why I am not having a pet either. However, I have a strong desire for a pet dog or a cat. Anyways, I thought its better to take the shots than to take Bonsai with me.
Just near the Bonsai garden there was a shop where you can buy both flowering and non-flowering plants. I found some nice flowers over there:
The next spot was Lotus Pond. However, there was no lotus at that time, may be a bad timing or an off-season I believe:
Then, I went to see the Lalbagh lake. It was a huge lake and there was a lovely breeze blowing at that time. In this place you can find the birds like Koel, Cormorant, Indian Pond Heron, Kingfisher, etc.
After that I went to the Rose garden. It is near the north gate entrance and there are more than 150 different kinds of roses in this garden. The gate was closed so I took shots from outside:
Check out this video of a bee sucking nectar: