A stout, spreading, and sharp tree from Australia, misidentified as a monkey puzzle by the garden staff.
A tall, leaning conifer from the Southern Hemisphere, in the gardens at Pachmarhi.
A visitor from Australia and New Zealand grows at the wonderfully diverse and jungly campus of the Forest Research Institute in Dehra Dun.
At the central roundabout of Police Bazaar in Shillong’s downtown is one small and easily overlooked New Caledonian Araucaria
A very tall Araucaria ata Lal Bagh, which was cleverly measured by a young fellow 5 feet tall, who compared his shadow’s length to that of the tree.
At Mysore University’s Crawford College, this Araucaria is leaning tremendously, to an almost humourous degree
A huge Araucaria tree grow in the back of the Ooty Botanical Gardens, a representative of an ancient lineage of conifers which used to dominate the world