There’s more to see at the San Diego Zoo than just animals!
The San Diego Zoo is both a world-class zoo and a world-class botanical garden, and right now is a great time to go see the giant hibiscus that are blooming.
Giant hibiscus can get flowers up to eighteen inches in diameter although the more common size is a mere eight to twelve inches, about the size of your dinner plates.
Most of the giant hibiscus at the Zoo are in front of and to the sides of Flamingo Lagoon.
Here are some that were blooming on my visit yesterday:
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Posted on October 14, 2012, in Flora, Mother & Father Nature, Photos, Zoo & Safari Park and tagged flower pictures, giant hibiscus pictures, san diego zoo pictures. Bookmark the permalink. 32 Comments.