Flora from our recent trip

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    Plumeria (Frangipani).
    Just about everywhere from Sydney to Perth to Kuala Lumpur.
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    Caesalpinnia pulcherima.
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    Caesalpinnia pulcherimma rosea.
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    Platycerium grandis (Elk Horn fern), Orchid Gardens Kuala Lumpur.IMG_2458.JPG

    Hibiscus Gardens KL, Hibiscus is the Malaysian national flower.
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    Hibiscus.
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      :wow: Stunning. I wold love a Plumeria ... what is the orange flower behind it? Never could get my Caesalpinnia going but still have some seeds to try again.
       
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      @Victoria I still haven't ID'd that one yet, this is it taken in Darwin.
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      I haven't seen these since we went to SE Asia 30+ years ago.
      Mussaenda philippica, a stunning shrubs either pink or white.
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      Mussaenda erythrophylla, red and white.
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      This is for @PeterS Megaspekasma erythrochlamysMegaspekasma erythrochlamys.JPG

      Fancy one this big?
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      One for @pete, Adenium, you would need a big pot for this one.IMG_9Adenium.JPG
       
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        pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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        Nice to see the Adenium hasn't got many leaves. mine seems to be like that these days, and I thought there was something wrong with it.:biggrin::biggrin:
         
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          Adenium? I planted some last week. I planted 5 two years ago and they germinated quickly, actually had teeny trunks from the word go. Sadly I couldn't look after them and they died so I am hopeful for the new ones ... but I will keep them contained and keep them mall and shrubby! Like these ... ;)

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