|Areca Palm and Huge Croton|
in Front of House
|Polka Dot Plants Growing Wild Underfoot|
|Bouganvilla - A Favorite|
Have both pink and red.
|Red Banana - Transplanted from the Fence Project|
We'll see if it makes it.
|Walking Iris - Small and Delicate|
(Thanks to Kate Blom of Baltimore's Rawlings
Conservatory for identifying it.)
|Yucca. They eat the roots here.|
NEWS FLASH: The torch ginger is in my garden! I'm in heaven! This one is red, so there has to be another pink one somewhere:
|My Very Own Torch Ginger!|
|Torch Ginger with car to give|
perspective on how tall it is - at least two stories
|Another Torch Ginger (left)|
Variegated Lariope (center)
And Red Unknown (right)
|Little Yellow Ground Flower - Life Size|
(Grows wild in the cloud forest)
|Looks Like Ageratum - But Grows Tall|
|Red Variegated Dracena Marginata|
and Gold Dust Plant
|Red Hibiscus - Rarely open, not sure why|
|Another Specimen of the Red Unknown|
|Interesting Green Unknown -|
A Calathea Perhaps??
|Variegated Dracena Marginata|
|Orange Angel's Trumpet - Grows Wild Here|
Beautiful but deadly with scopalamine (hallucinogen
used by shamans)
That's about it for the front yard. Tomorrow we'll tour the back and side yards.