You can find this New Zealand oddity of a tree in a central, prominent position at Darjeeling’s central Four-Ways plaza
A broad rain tree at the back of the Cotton College Botany Department in downtown Guwahati.
An Australian paperbark tea-tree grows beneath a tall Stringybark gum at the Darjeeling Botanical Gardens.
A large oak tree at the Darjeeling Botanicals, named after the botanist Joseph Hooker
Near the enclosure of the beauitul, bamboo-eating Red Panda of the high Himalaya at the Darjeeling Zoo is a relative of the Sampige tree
This tree is growing just near the zoo habitat of the endangered Tibetan Wolf, which has been successfully bred in captivity here at the Darjeeling Zoo.
At the grave of the famous mountaineer Tenzing Norgay, one of the first two people to climb the world’s highest mountain, a palm tree surprisingly grows in the cold and mist of Darjeeling
This berberry tree greets visitors to the Darjeeling Zoo as they enter and immediately approach the habitat of the Himalayan Bear.
A cedar tree on the Mall of Darjeeling, near the Raj Bhavan
As the backpackers in Darjeeling head up the hill to the inexpensive hotel district, they encounter this Japanese Redwood that has had all of its branches cut off.