I want to share some pics of flora of Patagonia I visited last month. The place is gusty, wet and cold all year long, and the vegetation is dominated by dwarf bushes. There are drift wood scattered all over the landscape as a result of past fire events, and all have the contorted shape that are ideal for aquascaping. Because of the constantly moist conditions, green mosses are everywhere and flora is dominated by deciduous tiny leaf varieties that resemble stem plants and Anubias nana. The latitude of Patagonia is equivalent to Ireland in Northern Hemisphere, and I am surprised to find few, if any, conifers characteristic of equivalent northern latitude. The miniaturized flora look like natural bonsai scape.