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gaudy display

Posted by garyfla 10 Florida (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 6, 14 at 5:16

Hi
Though the people on this forum would appreciate this group. Just took them out of the SH in mid April gary


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I love it!


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Its gorgeous and not gaudy to me, itn is more blod than anything, very tropical!


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Hi Gary,...
The EE is really neat. Leathery texture? Looks that way to me. Alocasia? Caladium?

Inquiring minds and all that. :)


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I think its nice & colorful, GREAT job !!!!!


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I think it's great!
Lucky you.
Karen


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Hi
The large EE at the top is alocasia plumbea while the
one with the silver veins is a. amazonica . To the far left is cochliostema supposedly C. jacobiana but suspect it's odoratissima others are various forms of coleus . On the ground is Selaginella martinsii at the bottom left is a runaway Jicama
Would have been nice if I'd washed the bird crap off the leaves before pic?? lol gary


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Woooah! Look at that coleus!
I wish I could grow them like that! Mine always seem to get powdery mildew :P

What a cheerful combo!


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Aha! Thought it might be an alo. Thanks for the heads up!

So this is the shadehouse we chatted about so long ago...absolutely love it! Beautiful work Gary! :)


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Hi
The first pic is of the central path out in the garden . I'm doing away with shadehouse and aviary so they were put there until a permanent arrangement.
here is a pic of the SH to the right and the aviary to the left. Down to only one bird but still have over a hundred plants in the shadehouse lol MUCH more work to do gary


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