Visitors looking for Qadam Sharif mosque in Old Delhi will pass by this lovely banana plant near a crumbling gateway
A prominent and shady jadi tree can be found near the Bara Gumbad at Lodhi Gardens
Between the two main tombs at Lodhi Gardens, amidst the pleasant and happy park-goers, a small shrub can be a hiding place for a shy person
Hiding in the forest of Sanjay Van, this tree twists around itself in a strange spiral.
In Adchhini, South Delhi, I encountered a gum tree growing through a metal fence. As I investigated, a crow sleepily ignored me while perching on a low branch.
At Lodhi Gardens, a damaged Australian silky-oak struggles to survive benearth a large pipal tree.
A strangely hollow banyan growing in the park at Greater Kailash II colonymaybe it has lost the host tree upon which it grew?
At Nehru Park in Delhi, a large Ailanthus tree dominated a section of the park.
At Delhi’s zoo, near the Purana Qila Old Fort, a broad Tree of Heaven offers shade to auto-wallahs and the occasional book-seller.
This young tree was planted 14 years ago at the abandoned, unnoticed Begumper Masjid, one of India’s largest and oldestmosques- almost one thousand years old dating from the Tughlak era.