Here are two from the front yard that I've been able to identify in the last few days because of their blooms:
Today I cut my first torch ginger, to replace the one on the breakfast bar that had died. The stalk was amazingly tough. I felt a twinge of sadness in removing it from its habitat, but am glad that I can enjoy it all day and evening when I'm in the house.
By the way, I didn't know many of these plants beforehand. I've been working through several websites with images of tropical plants to find the right ones. It's a laborious but rewarding process.
You'll notice that these flowers may not have the perfection of those raised in greenhouses. They get buffeted about quite a bit in the strong wind here and are often targets of feeding insects.
But they are no less beautiful nonetheless.