Purple Flowers on Rocks at the UBC Botanical Gardens, Vancouver

Image from UBC Botanical Gardens activity in Things to do at UBC Campus

These purple flowers are anchored to the rocks along the pathways creating a beautiful atmosphere in the UBC Botanical Gardens.

The wide range of plants used to create the University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens stretches from the large towering cedar, hemlock and firs found in the south gardens to the smaller species in the north. These plants - such as these rock flowers are enjoyed by visitors to the Gardens who also can see the many uses of plants and utilize them in their own horticultural efforts.

previous image | next image



Back to activity page: UBC Botanical Gardens

Venture Vancouver Blog Feed Venture Vancouver Activity Feed Venture Vancouver Image Feed Follow Venture Vancouver on Twitter Venture Vancouver's YouTube Channel Venture Vancouver's Facebook Page




IMAGE ASSOCIATION:

This image is part of the UBC Botanical Gardens activity review.
To view this activity click here.




HOME
 | 
TOP 10
 | 
ABOUT
 | 
BLOG
 | 
CONTACT
 | 
SITEMAP

Copyright © Venture Vancouver 2012. All rights reserved.