The cherry blossom season is right here. The streets of Bengaluru are stuffed with pink flowers. In truth, between the months of January and March, an unique species known as Tabibuea Rosea flowers may be witnessed in all their glory. One can witness the great thing about nature by taking a stroll in a random road and you’ll discover beautiful timber laden with pink flowers.
Social media is flooded with pictures of pink timber from Bengaluru, shared by residents of the capital metropolis. The official Twitter deal with of the Karnataka Tourism Department has additionally shared beautiful pictures of the towering timber embellished with pink flowers. The footage have gone viral on the web.
The footage have been captured from the Whitefield space within the IT hub by shutterbug Biplab Mohapatra. The Karnataka Tourism wrote, “AECS Layout, Whitefield The Pink Trumpets or the Tabebuia Avellaneda have began to blossom right here in Bengaluru. That time of the yr when sure components of Bengaluru flip utterly pink PC: ( IG @ reflectionofmymemories ).”
The footage present buses passing by way of a highway with bloomed timber on either side. It certain does seem like a portray.
Check out the photographs right here:
📍 AECS Layout, Whitefield
The Pink Trumpets or the Tabebuia Avellaneda have began to blossom right here in Bengaluru. That time of the yr when sure components of Bengaluru turns utterly pink 😍🌸
PC: ( IG @ reflectionofmymemories )#pinktrumpets#karnatakatourism#Bengalurupic.twitter.com/Z6Tol7f53Y
— Karnataka Tourism (@KarnatakaWorld) January 16, 2023
Twitter is delighted by the ‘pink season.’ A person wrote, “Quite early this time. Pink trumpets and Jacaranda timber often bloom of their full glory solely in late March – early April adopted by the flaming purple Gulmohar.”
Another person commented, “I miss Silkboard to HSR Layout stretch which was painted in Pink, throughout this time of the yr.”
Adjectives like lovely, magnificent, and breathtaking may very well be present in a number of feedback.
The third person wrote, “It’s wanting too good.”
The pink hue in Bengaluru may very well be attributed to Tabebuia flowers which blossom yearly round spring.
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