One of the most impressive and widespread trees at Lal Bagh is a broad and spreading native Indian semal tree
In Lal Bagh can be found a specimen of the Chinese Empress tree, Paulownia tomentosa
At the artificial wall in downtown Bangalore where India’s leading state rock climbing team practices, a rain tree offers a convenient place to practice alternate rope techniques
A large banyan growing in a torn-up field in the heart of Bangalore.
It’s worth strolling into the exclusive Bangalore Club to see the Madagascar Traveller’s Palm growing in the lawns before the main building
In downtown Bangalore’s busiest commercial district, a rain tree stretches far to touch a tall Columnaris pine on the other side of the street
At the International Canopy Conference in Bangalore in 2009, the Oregon-based treeclimbing service New Tribe introduced many of the attendees to the excitement of climbing on ropes, in ths wonderful tree
The Minister of Environment and Forests, Jairam Ramesh, planted this rudraksh tree.
Amidst the autorickshawallahs calling ‘Hey Boss!’, this largest tree in the railstation greets arrivals to Bangalore
The most gnarly and striking of the old mango trees at Cubbon Park