The finest deli in India for good sandwiches is just near the Gateway of India in Mumbai, and just next door in an abandoned property is a peepal tree growing in rubble
One of the first sights visible when exiting Victoria Terminus is this large peepal tree growing near the beautiful building of the Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation
A sacred Banyan in Mumbai’s famous Dharavi Slum holds a shrine maintained by the Aiyiyyappa Devotees Committee
A giant Padouk tree at Aurora Cinema is part of Mumbai University’s Tree Appreciation Course
Branching palm species are very rare, and you can see one of India’s only specimens at Mazgaon Hill in Mumbai.
Inside the Fort campus of University of Mumbai in the centre of the city, this tree is growing beneath the clocktower, prominently in view from the Maidans.
A plump baobab at the entrance of Rani Bagh, greeting visitors to the zoo and botanical gardens.
One of the strangely decorated Cannonball trees planted around Mumbai, this tree is a tall and striking specimen at Rani Bagh.
A huge Australian tea-tree, of superb branching form, is growing at the Queen’s Garden, Mumbai.
Just behind the Hanging Gardens at Malabar Hill, this sprawling rain tree has a cave in its trunk, and serving as a small shrine.