Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Wordless Wednesday




Dendrobium spp

Hylocereus undatus

Achmea fasciata

Codiaeum spp

Treminalia catappa-Tropical Almond


Phalaenopsis spp

17 comments:

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

OMG! That white flower on the second picture took my breath away!

Daricia said...

incredible to see those bromeliads growing outside like that! always like to see what's blooming in your garden.

Mary Delle said...

Great blooms, as always!!

azplantlady said...

Hi Scott,

Every time I view your photos, I think that you must live is a floral fantasy world. So much color and beauty. Thank you for sharing it with us!

Muhammad khabbab said...

What a wonderful display of flowers including orchid and Hylocereus undatus. If i am correct, Hylocereus undatus is night blooming cactus and fragrant too.

Helen said...

It boggles the mind to see all these "exotics" that to you must simply be everyday visions. Wow.

keewee said...

Your photos are awesome.
thank you for stopping by Keewee's Garden.

Sue said...

I love that white bloom, and by looking at your label, figured out it must be an orchid. Your blooms really are exotic compared to what grows here in Nebraska.

shirl said...

Wow... what beautiful images. Belated Happy Wordless :-D

James Missier said...

Like your mothorchids. Never seen one in all in whites, lovely.

Robin L. said...

LOVE the Hylocereus undatus. Gosh, I am going to have to do some looking and see if it would survive here in southern Miss. Great photography work as well.

Susan said...

Liz, What a great blog you have. I mentioned your blog in a post at: http://centralfloridagardener.blogpost.com. I look forward to visiting your blog often.

joeltheurbangardener said...

I just got back from Key West and I miss it already, so I'm visiting your blog for comfort. The flora was so awesome and Nancy's Secret Garden (per your recommendation) was a real treat.

Thanks for letting me reminisce
Whaaaa...... : (

Meems said...

Oh, so tropical and pretty!

Msrobin said...

I just love to see what grows in other parts of the country. Tropicals are quite foreign to the midwest gardener, and so very beautiful! Glad you enjoyed the autumn stroll, there are others coming soon.

Teresa said...

your plants are great as usual. Beautiful.

gardeningAngel said...

I am so envious of all your beautiful, exotic flowers. Your photos are gorgeous and so make me want to visit Florida!

Kathy