We left Ooty around 4pm. But there was a very big traffic jam. So it took one hour for us to reach Coonoor.
SIM’s Park, Coonoor, India
First we visited SIM’s Park, Coonoor. This park is famous for Old Trees from different parts part of our world. I felt difficul to see the top of most of the trees. I never seen such a single stem tree grew more than 100 feet.
Both the sides of the pavement (Walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway) there was a veriety of flowers planted in different shaps and rows.
We saw a 100 years old paper tree. Most of the visitors touched the paper tree. some of them scratched it to check weather in bears paper directely.
SIM’s park is a natural garden. The terrace was completely covered with colorful flower beds, lawns and rockeries (A garden featuring rocks; usually alpine plants). It was an initiative by Government of Tamilnadu, Department of Horticulture.
- Eestablished : 1874
- Average rain fall : 150 cm
- Area : 12 Ha
- Maximum temperature : 30 degree C
- Minumum temperature : 5 degree C
- Species : more than 1000
Generas : 255
Some of the tree names as mestioned
- Camphora Lauraceae, 1890, China and Jappan
- Cupressus Lindleyna Confiferae, 1929, Taxas U.S.A.
- Supressus Obtusa Coniferae, 1926, Jappan
- Pinus Cribaea Coniferae, Ganary Island, 1923
Pasteur Institute of india, Coonoor
We don’t have a permission to go inside I hope. I saw the institute from outside.
Pasteur Institute of India, Coonoor is one of the leading Institute in the production of Antirabies Vaccine and DPT group of Vaccines.
From Coonoor, we traveled back to Chennai and reached at 7am on Monday, 2009. This program was coordinated by. Kishan Shing. My special thanks to Benedict anna for inviting me for this wonderful event. I hope next year I will have to go with my family.🙂
Grow Green and Go Green Friends!
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