Grand and Diamond Bar: birds of paradise

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Bird of paradise flowers (Strelitzia reginae) pop in the late afternoon sun; amazingly, they actually look like bird heads on long necks!  The smaller red plants appear to be dwarf bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus). Seen on the northwestern corner parkway of the Grand / Diamond Bar intersection.  This was part of the 2015 rebuild of the Grand Avenue and Diamond Bar Boulevard intersection for Diamond Bar's 2015 "Grand Avenue Beautification" project, landscape architecture for the project was by David Volz Design.
Bird of paradise flowers (Strelitzia reginae) pop in the late afternoon sun; amazingly, they actually look like bird heads on long necks! The smaller red plants appear to be dwarf bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus). Seen on the northwestern corner parkway of the Grand / Diamond Bar intersection. This was part of the 2015 rebuild of the Grand Avenue and Diamond Bar Boulevard intersection for Diamond Bar's 2015 "Grand Avenue Beautification" project, landscape architecture for the...
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