On a trip to Barbados, a visitor can expect to see a variety of flowers in full bloom. The lush vegetation supports a variety of plants and shrubbery of all colors and hues. The bright, vivid colors also lend to the gaiety of the festive season. Expats and foreigners can enjoy particular blooms during the holiday season that they wouldn’t be able to throughout the year. The first three photos are a few of those foliage and another reason why Barbados is a special place to visit for the holidays. This beautiful snippet of Bajan blooms may appeal to the traveler who loves adventure and the natural environment, but to all of you who read this post, I hope you enjoy the Christmas flowers as much as I enjoy seeing them resplendently swaying in the tropical breeze.
SNOW ON THE MOUNTAIN
Besides, the Christmas blooms, below are a wide range of plants and shrubs you would find at the botanical gardens or local nature reserves as you traverse the length and breadth of the island. The featured image is the notable national flower – “Pride of Barbados” (photo credit below).
Community Peeps, consider these flowers a bouquet of flowers just for you. May your Christmas holiday be beautiful and bright as these are. If traveling to your dream destination, do so safely. Treasure every moment with friends and family and have a happy holiday. Remember to leave your comments in the box below.
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Credit of featured image – NB Photography “Pride of Barbados”