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2005 Exotics at Boca cay

Posted by Boca_Joe 7 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 21, 05 at 22:08

hey guys-

just posted a bunch of 2005 photos of my jungle if you are interested.

Be sure and check out BOTH 2005 albums.

Enjoy!

Boca Joe

Here is a link that might be useful: 2005 Boca Cay


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RE: 2005 Exotics at Boca cay

Boca, I always get in trouble when I look at your photos! My idea list gets longer and money flies out of my pockets. I have paid attention to foliage more this year and turned out some great combination. Your my inspiration! LOL! Awesome hibiscus.

Rebecca


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Luckily I can't grow a lot of those plants! Got the Jungle Gold though :)


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Sweet!


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I will never, ever grow tired of your gardens, Joe. You've taught me to try growing things in containers that I would never have tried before. I may never have the gardens you have, but darn it, I'm sure trying! :))

Thank you for continuing to post pictures. I love 'em!

Jenna


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RE: 2005 Exotics at Boca cay

The Alocasia lutea is BEAUTIFUL! I just got that and it is hardy to zone 7.

Susan


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Wonderful albums of great plants! I looked thru 100s till my eyes went blurry. The rest will have to wait for another day. Thanks for sharing!

~Rosemarie


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Wow, what are you feeding those plants? That banana plant is unreal. Do you have to bring those in for the winter? I would love to try a banana here but dont have room to over winter them. I love those elephant ears as well, I have some but they are the more common kind, dont know the name. Love your gardens, keep more photos coming.


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RE: 2005 Exotics at Boca cay

thanks spage1,

I really push the fert and water on the plants, You can email me direct for details.

And you CAN grow a banana, they store easily in a dry cool place as a corm . You cut off the stems and leaves and are left with just a small portion of the stem and corm (kinda like a club).

I will try to post some photos when I disassemble next month.

Boca Joe


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