A flowering Ashoka tree in the corner of the Victoria Memorial, good for climbing
A huge Parkia at the left side of the Victoria Memorial, first identified by a resprouting branch and hollow that for the letter “b”
A declining tree, dramatically placed in front of the Victoria Memorial’s reflecting pool
This very large Saptaparni tree is just to the side of Victoria Memorial.
At the entrance to St Xavier school, this Southern Hemisphere tree adds a nice touch to their garden plantings
Yet another neon palm tree, near St Thomas Church, at the end of Sudder Street, Kolkata
One of two tall semals growing at the front of the Hotel Hindustan International in downtown Calcutta, visible from the flyover.
This tall semal tree grows in the corner of a courtyard at Calcutta’s famous Presidency College
At one of Calcutta’s most crowded intersections, this small tree-shrine is passed by countless pedestrians and motorists going about their business on Park St.
This tree at Calcutta’s Botanical Garden is notable for being a member of a species normally found as mangroves in salty tidal waters, but here growing happily in the dirt and living on freshwater