The Palm House

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The palm house was imported from Germany in 1875 for the Adelaide Botanic Garden. It first opened in 1877 and had a full restoration in 1995. It houses a display of arid land Madagascan plants.

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Comments (14)

Tewbacka on November 15, 2012

Would have thought Adelaide would have been warm enough to not need a house for Palms, Daryl. Obviously not. Too cold in winter I guess. Nice photo cheers Gary

Daryl. on November 16, 2012

Thanks Gary. Yes, it get's a bit too cold in winter for many palms. However, there are some varieties that grow well here such as the Cocos and Date Palm.
Regards, Daryl

Janusz Kulik on November 16, 2012

Przepiękna kompozycja i piękny kontrast kolorów!!!!!LIKE 2.Pozdrawiam,Janusz

Daryl. on November 17, 2012

Thank you Janusz,
Greetings, Daryl

Thanasis Germanos on December 10, 2012

I like this your photo. LIKE Thank you for visiting the Greece through my photos. Greetings Thanasis

Daryl. on December 11, 2012

Thanks Thanasis,
Best wishes, Daryl

Ivan Logvinov on December 23, 2012

Beautiful place and beautiful photo!
Like!
Best wishes from Russia!
Ivan.

Daryl. on December 23, 2012

Thank you Ivan,
Greetings from Australia, Daryl

RNLatvian on February 21, 2013

This is really beautiful! Like!

Daryl. on February 21, 2013

Thank you RN Latvian31,
Greetings, Daryl

bill robinson on February 28, 2013

It's a beautiful old building, nice take Daryl.

Daryl. on March 1, 2013

Hi Bill, glad you like it.
Regards, Daryl

Joli Harsányi on October 14, 2013

Beautiful palm house, beautiful photo. L Best regards, Joli

Daryl. on October 15, 2013

Thank you Joli,
Greetings from Daryl

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Photo taken in Adelaide Botanic Garden, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 15, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Daryl.
    • Camera: Canon EOS 550D
    • Taken on 2012/11/14 10:25:00
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/125)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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