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By jeffb_wa
Persian Shield plant overwintered indoors.


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By Sheryleverett
Begonia White Ice


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By Sheryleverett


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By tdesoto
All dressed up with nowhere to go...


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By tdesoto
Summer splendor


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By Audrey
Kalanchoe


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By mygardens
Saintpaulia African Violet Modesty


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By Audrey
Hippeastrum 'Apricot Parfait'


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By C_A_Ivy
Turk's Cap attracts sulphur butterflies.


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By YLgardenman
Red plumeria flowers


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By YLgardenman
Plumeria flower clusters


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By cpark
This colorful Guzmania hybrid is a member of the Bromeliad family.


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By betsywelling
Beautiful orchid in my kitchen.


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By JustUrdestiny11
This Tropical Sunrise Hibiscus delivers an enchanted start to your day with each of its opening blooms.


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By rbryant751
I moved to Florida from Memphis, TN in March 2018. I thought I had a little knowledge with flower gardens before I moved so after I moved in I started with a clean slate. There was nothing in my backyard except for two Crape Myrtles and three palm trees. It is coming along and has been a new venture


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By rbryant751
My tropical backyard. The only thing in my backyard two and half years ago was 3 palm trees and the 2 Crape Myrtles


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By RosinaBloom
Known as Flamingo Star, Painter's Palette (Anthurium andraeanum)


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By RosinaBloom
My 'Easter, Whitsun Cactus' (Schlumbergera rosea, Hatiora rosea syn) is a native of Brazil that blooms profusely every October. It is a real delight!


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By alanvines
Aechmea blanchetiana on a cypress tree in a Florida swamp


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By alanvines
Tropical side garden in Florida


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By stsisk
Orange Hibiscus just after a rain


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By stsisk
These blooms are on a white Crown of Thorns


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By cpark
Luminous deep pink foliage on a tropical plant--a Bromeliad, I think--on display in a conservatory.

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