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Exotic tropical flower native from South Africa. She is freedom and joy symbol. http://flowerinfo.org/bird-of-paradise-flowers#

Exotic tropical flower native from South Africa. She is freedom and joy symbol. http://flowerinfo.org/bird-of-paradise-flowers#

It's easy to grow, looks exotic, and will thrive in the shade. Palm sedge is a beautiful perennial with glossy green, grasslike leaves that grows 2-3 feet tall. An excellent shade-loving groundcover, palm sedge will flourish in damp soil, even clay.

It's easy to grow, looks exotic, and will thrive in the shade. Palm sedge is a beautiful perennial with glossy green, grasslike leaves that grows 2-3 feet tall. An excellent shade-loving groundcover, palm sedge will flourish in damp soil, even clay.

Hawaiian Akepa, rare & smallest of the Hawaiian forest birds. Males brilliant orange plumage takes four years to develop.  by Jack Jeffrey

Hawaiian Akepa, rare & smallest of the Hawaiian forest birds. Males brilliant orange plumage takes four years to develop. by Jack Jeffrey

Will Giles Exotic Garden in England Google Image Result for http://www.exoticgarden.com/images/THE-EXOTIC-GARDEN.jpg

Will Giles Exotic Garden in England Google Image Result for http://www.exoticgarden.com/images/THE-EXOTIC-GARDEN.jpg

chocolate vine Akebia quinata:     A very pretty climber, this has beautiful maroon-chocolate flowers which have an exotic spicy fragrance with a hint of vanilla, and appear in spring. They stand out against the bright green, three-lobed leaves, which have a purple tinge in winter.

chocolate vine Akebia quinata: A very pretty climber, this has beautiful maroon-chocolate flowers which have an exotic spicy fragrance with a hint of vanilla, and appear in spring. They stand out against the bright green, three-lobed leaves, which have a purple tinge in winter.

brazilian flowers - Google Search | Flowers/South America ...

brazilian flowers - Google Search | Flowers/South America ...

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