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url=https://flic.kr/p/2hQuUS3]Gymnast - Kemenuh Butterfly Park, Bali, Indonesia[/url] by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

An unidentified “stick insect” at the at the Kemenuh Butterfly Park.

We spent a fair bit of time exploring the Kemenuh Butterfly Park in Bali, Indonesia. I can highly recommend it if you are in Bali and in the Ubud area.
 

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Swift Peacock Swallowtail #02 – Kemenuh Butterfly Park, Bali, Indonesia by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

One of the prettier, in my view, butterflies at the Kemenuh Butterfly Park, a Swift Peacock Swallowtail (Papilio peranthus) enjoying the flowers.

We spent a fair bit of time exploring the Kemenuh Butterfly Park in Bali, Indonesia. I can highly recommend it if you are in Bali and in the Ubud area.
 

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Allium scorodoprasum - Hampton Court Garden Festival - UK2016-124 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The sand leek (Allium scorodoprasum), also known as rocambole and Korean pickled-peel garlic, is a Eurasian species of wild onion with a native range extending across much of Europe, Middle East, and Korea.

We did the very British thing on our visit to the United Kingdom in July 2016, we went to a flower show. Okay it was not the Chelsea Flower Show but the next best thing, the Hampton Court Flower Show.
 

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Allium scorodoprasum - Hampton Court Garden Festival - UK2016-124 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

The sand leek (Allium scorodoprasum), also known as rocambole and Korean pickled-peel garlic, is a Eurasian species of wild onion with a native range extending across much of Europe, Middle East, and Korea.

We did the very British thing on our visit to the United Kingdom in July 2016, we went to a flower show. Okay it was not the Chelsea Flower Show but the next best thing, the Hampton Court Flower Show.
Hampton Court is much better to visit than Chelsea anyway, if you are interested in seeing the show gardens. Chelsea is just too busy.
 

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