Ficus cucurbitina fruiting at the Balikpapan Botanic Garden, near Balikpapan, the largest town in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.

Balikpapan Botanic Garden is surrounded on three sides by the 6,000 ha Sungei Wain protected forest which protects the water catchment of Balikpapan’s water supply.

This  309 ha forest garden was founded in 2014  by the LIPI (Indonesian  Institute of Science) to provide a  a living research collection of Bornean dipterocarp timber trees.

However the collection includes many other interesting plants including some Bornean figs.

Information and photos provided by Rahim Idris.