Arresting inflorescence - the aptly named Colville's Glory (Colvillea racemosa)

At once bold and delicate - flowers of the Rose Apple (Syzygium malaccense)

Casting a spell - white, lilac and blue flowers of Lignum Vitae (Guaiacum officinale)

The 'tabla'-shaped of the Majestic Heaven Lotus (Gustavia augusta)

Dense and deep green canopy of Lignum Vitae (Guaiacum officinale)

Gloden ringlets - the enchanting Corkscrew flower (Strophanthus boivinii)

Green 'jewel boxes' - Guest Tree (Kleinhovia hospita) fruits

Gossamer flowers of the Lemon scented Gum (Eucalyptus citriodora)

Mysterious and magical patterns - the bark of the Lemon scented Gum (Eucalyptus citriodora)

Mauve perfection - flowers of the Fish Poison Tree (piscidia piscipula)

Jamaican beauty - Brownea (Brownea coccinea) flower

Piercingly lethal tips of the Jaquinia aristata

The Amherstia (Amherstia nobilis) bloom - said to be the most beautiful flower in the world

The delicale floral spikes of the Cajuput Tree (Melaleuca leucadendron)

A Hawaiian skirt - flowers of the Cannon Ball Tree
(Couroupita guianensis) borne directly around the trunk

Dappled and velvety to the touch - Brownea (Brownea coccinea) leaflets yet to fully open

A rich harvest of cannon balls - Cannon Ball Tree (Couroupita guianensis)

Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) fruit and flowers borne directly on the trunk

A Cajuput Tree (Melaleuca leucadendron)
planted in 1902 stands proud and tall

Rani Bagh's outstanding Lemon scented Gum (Eucalyptus citriodora) leans enticingly over the clearing

Colville's Glory (Colvillea racemosa) - the only member in its genus

Rani Bagh's famous and stately Baobab that stands at its entrance (Adansonia digitata)

The imposing Guest Tree (Kleinhovia hospita)

The shade-loving Brownea (Brownea coccinea)

The symmetrical and low canopy of DIvi Divi (Caesalpinia coriaria)

An award winning Rain Tree (Samanea saman) with its spreading canopy

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