Beyond Roses, Bogota’s Eternally Flowering

I'm not a botanist so I don't know what it's called.

I’m not a botanist so I don’t know what it’s called.

Depending on how you look at it, because of Bogota’s constant weather of 65 F (18 C) with some sun and some rain every day; it is always fall or always spring. The flowers I’ve shown here are just a few from the same block.

I think it's a hibiscus.

I think it’s a hibiscus.

As I wander around the streets of Bogota, I tend to think it’s an eternal spring because every single green tree or bush is blooming. It is really pretty. Colombia is famous for its rose exports, but I even think that the non-blooming plants look pretty.

So linear and graphic.

So linear and graphic.

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