Tropicals at the Toronto Zoo

Here are a few pictures I took at the Toronto Zoo today. Mostly stuck to the Americas pavilion today which seems to have the most interesting plants of any section of the Toronto Zoo (The Indomalaya pavilion is a very close second).

Eucharis x grandiflora
Eucharis x grandiflora

Heliconia flowers and Monstera leaves
Heliconia flowers and Monstera leaves.

Bird's Nest Anthurium
Bird’s Nest Anthurium (Anthurium hookeri?)

ID Plant
Not sure what this one is.

Tillandsia wall
Jealous of this Tillandsia wall. I’ve never actually noticed it before.

About Andrew

Plant lover living in Toronto, Canada where I grow a wide range of plants in a very small space.
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2 Responses to Tropicals at the Toronto Zoo

  1. Andrew says:

    Looks like it to me, thanks!The zoo has some signs for their plants but not even close to enough.

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