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This is a discussion on flowers from the philippines within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Ron, they're all lovely, although I think I'm leaning towards the red vine, even if ...
Ron, they're all lovely, although I think I'm leaning towards the red vine, even if it is a pain.
It's such a delight to come here every day and get to share other people's gardens (indoor, windowsill, and outdoor) from all over the world. How nice to get a small glimpse into other parts of the world, isn't it?
just and update on new flowers...
1. pix is a native vine which grows on my awning
2. pix is a no id (for now) with bright yellow flowers which turn orange later
3. pix is my favorite shot of my bromeliads in my little jungle
All three of those are so cool and unique. The first one looks familiar to me, but I don't know the name.
The little bush you with small, pinkish flowers - I've seen that before and it is used by some bonsai growers as bonsai material. I think it has the word "honey" as part of its common/local name (hneysuckle bush??? or something...)
wow lovely plants there you've got. i wish i had a big garden, well i'll just feast my eyes
on the forum members garden for now. thanks for sharing.
here is one of my favorite plants, they call it "morning glory" here and grows like weeds. i have to trim the whole bush twice a year.
pls be free to id it,
Ron, you have beautiful garden!!! I just can't say enough... Can't help with ID, but they are all so gorgeous...
Hi Ron, I really like the white flowers... and I was watching a television show created in the UK called "Around The World in 80 Gardens" only last week and this plant was in one of the Gardens in Bangkok and Singapore and they call it "Cat's Whiskers" (the species name is Orthosiphon staminaeus