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    Some of my bromeliads

    The grey one that is in flower is Tillandsia hildae. It the largest species in the Genus.
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    These are from the Genus Neoregelia

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    Saying "HI" from Manila

    I'm new to this forum and I guess this is the place to make formal introductions.

    I live in an old ancestral house in San Juan in the Philippines that was built in the 1930's. It survived World...
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    Some Bromeliads --these are Neoregelias

    I just wanted to share/introduce these plants to the rest of the forum. The Neoregelias my favorite genera of Bromeliads

    These are pretty amazing plants and the colors on some of these are...
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    I live in the tropics so I kind of take climate...

    I live in the tropics so I kind of take climate for granted.

    They do well in Zone 11 which I imagine is my climate but people in South Florida also grow these varieties pretty well.

    There is...
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    Some palms

    There are so many interesting varieties of palms that are yet unknown to most mainstream gardening

    Here are a few that belong to the Genera of palms called " Licuala"

    This one is Licuala...
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    Another post giving a backgrounder on the gardens

    Thanks SmokeymistGardens

    You might also like this post:

    This Old House: The Front Yard, Grandma and Palm Trees

    It sort of narrates how I got started with fixing up the house and the...
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    A Multi-genarational Garden

    This is the garden of our ancestral home that was built by my great grand father back in the late 1920's. It's been passed on from several garden enthusiasts in the family and I guess for this...
  9. My Project: retrofitting an antique pond for Koi

    This has been a fun but challenging project this past month.

    But definitely rewarding. The fish are so calming to watch.

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    Here's the blow by blow :
  10. A couple of very unusual mutations of the common birds nest fern (Asplenium Nidus)

    Mother nature always finds ways to surprise and amaze us.

    These are two rare variations of the common birds nest fern -- finely branching leaf ends and corrugated texture.

    Just amazing

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