Have some more time to post another island.
That looks like paradise. I don't know the name of the mystery tree, but surely someone will come along that does. You must have been in ecstasy with all the fabulous plants. Hope you brought lots home.
Beautiful pictures Jerri, thanks for sharing your trip with us.
Jeri, wonderful view. I know of only one plant you've mentioned. The Plumeria. Did you take some cutting home? They root very easily here. Love our warm summer climate, but has to overwinter indoor.
I was luckly to have got some cuttings from a friendly local Nursery. Had success rooting this plant. From rooting, to blooming time within one growing season. I've the Pink, and White with Yellow center. They're irresistable.
More pics. from the tropical Paradise, Please.
Great job on the pictures Jeri ! They are just beautiful, and I am sure even more beautiful in person. What a wonderful time you must have had. A gardener's paradise !
Welcome Lily_love to MSG I'm glad that you enjoyed them. I do have more pictures it just takes so long to upload them. I'll do some more later. I promise!!!
Bonnie so good to hear from you. Yes it was paradise for sure. The sights were unbelievable. I wanted cuttings of everything but was well behaved and didn't. I did collect a few seeds.
Plumeria is fairly easy to grow from seed also. It does not come true so you may get something awesome and brand new.
I bought some cuttings of plumeria and one stick was just hanging on a plumeria tree that was calling my name. The seeds I collected were palm, autograph tree, Afican tulip tree and banyon tree. We'll see if any come up.
Golly! What lovely pictures. I am always amazed at how big certain plants can get...in their correct zone. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the pictures, Jeri. They are beautiful. I can imagine what they looked like in person...it would be overwhelming.