In the botanical garden, the Jardin Majorelle, in Marrakech, a banana blossom is a found food for the bees.
The garden has been open to the public since 1947. In the garden you can find plants from all five continents, besides a bamboo forest mainly cacti and bougainvillea. The garden is particularly famous for its cobalt blue, which goes back to the French painter Jacques Majorelle, who created this little paradise in 1923. | Morocco