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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Hot, The Loud and The Proud #6

For this Hot, Loud and Proud meme, the theme is 'The Vibrant Tropics'. Here are some of the bright, vibrant and stunning plants of the tropics.













































































































































































































19 comments:

  1. Great choices for Hot, Loud and Proud. The Hibiscus is gorgeous, but I do so love the Water lily.

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  2. Hi Aaron have you already rested from your stressing contest? Congratulations again for your good performance, you are a very diligent young man! As for your post i like that first hibiscus with the additional protruding petals on the supposed to be the pistil area. I actually thought of posting hibiscus again in this meme, and that would make many of us posting the same, however i chose to be different this time!

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  3. Awesome photos! So cool to see a blood lily blooming right now. Ours have long been done for the year here. Also love the white anthurium, lobster claw, and of course, the pitcher plant!

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  4. Lovely flowers, Aaron. I am surprised that the football lily is blooming in your garden.They are busy making food for the next year's bloom here.

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  5. @Andrea

    Thanks!! Yah, resting quite well. I still have a concert to perform though. That hibiscus is my favourite too.

    @Floridagirl

    Thanks!! Blood lilies are so cute. Wish I could grow a true lilium here.

    @lotusleaf

    That blood lily was from my friend's aunt (who's a nursery owner) and after I planted it, it died back. Suddenly it sprung out with blooms!

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  6. Your passiflora is blooming again. How wonderful! I like the yellow hibiscus and blood lily. They are so striking. Wish to have all your blooms in my garden :-D

    Btw, yes my Chinese bellplant declined, regrew and rebloomed :-)

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  7. I love your yellow hibiscus. Is that a new addition?

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  8. @Stephanie

    Thanks!! All my climbers are starting to flourish. Wish to have that bellflower of yours haha.

    @One

    Thanks!! It has been almost 7 months since I got it.

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  9. beautiful, i love that hibiscus its very pretty and the colors are hot :)

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  10. The mandivella is very sweet. All your blooms are lovely.

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  11. Your passiflora look so glorious! Did you manage to get them to fruit?

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  12. @Autumn Belle

    Thanks! The mandevillas are thriving beautifully now.

    @James Missier

    Thanks too. This purple hybrid doesn't fruit. The species that fruit hasn't start fruiting yet....

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  13. Hi Aaron! May I ask what the third photo is? I'm glad to have found your blog. I hope you will let me add a link to your blog on my site.
    -- Bom @ www.plantchaser.com

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  14. Ooh, very nice photos, especially the heliconia pic. That little setup with the table and birds nest fern is one of my favorite. Love the blood lily too! I grow it too and like the leaves as much as the flowers!

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  15. @Plant Chaser

    The 3rd photo is a Blood Lily/ Scadoxus. Of course you can add the link!

    @Rainforest Gardener

    Thansk too!

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  16. Trying to get around to visit a few of my fav blogs. Aaron you have the most awesome plants in your gardens. Lovely hibuscus. What season is it where you are? Hope you have a wonderful day.

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  17. Thanks, Becca! It's a mess here. I think the monsoon season is starting. They crushed my morning glory seedlings!

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