I don`t have a picture, but I can vividly describe it.
I saw the plant in Palm Springs International Airport, in the departures area but I was rushing and had no time to take a picture.
The plant was beautiful and I`d love to try and grow it.t
The plant looked like it had layers of orange, the leaves were green but looked like they had orange leaflets or petals attached to the leaves.
It was mostly green with patches of orange.
The seeds were in pods.
If this sounds like a plant you know I`ll look up anything. I`ve spent hours looking for it. Please help.
I can suggest several types to look at? Heuchera villosa 'Caramel'
Dryopteris erythrosora, and a S African tree GreenOrange -Chlorophytum crop Chlorophytum
These are just wild guesses- my first reaction was poinsetta
It will not have to be a native or xeriscape plant necessarily...The landscaper was adamant that the PSIA needed greenery and blooms to welcome travelers...there was a whole magilla about it with the Airport planning Commission.