Monthly Archives: September 2012

Malvaviscus

Sleepy Mallow Malvaviscus penduliflorus is a beautiful native alternative for ornamental bushes. It is a large bush known commonly as Sleepy Mallow, Turk’s Cap, or Sleeping Hibiscus. Its pointy bright green leaves have toothed margins, and its drooping red flowers

Malvaviscus

Sleepy Mallow Malvaviscus penduliflorus is a beautiful native alternative for ornamental bushes. It is a large bush known commonly as Sleepy Mallow, Turk’s Cap, or Sleeping Hibiscus. Its pointy bright green leaves have toothed margins, and its drooping red flowers

Stanhopea

Stanhopea is, without a doubt, one of our most beautiful wild orchids. There’s nothing quite like walking through a forest and spotting its yellow or cream-colored chandeliers of  flowers hanging from a branch. Because of their tree-dwelling habit, Stanhopeas do

Stanhopea

Stanhopea is, without a doubt, one of our most beautiful wild orchids. There’s nothing quite like walking through a forest and spotting its yellow or cream-colored chandeliers of  flowers hanging from a branch. Because of their tree-dwelling habit, Stanhopeas do

Goldenrain Tree

Few trees possess such a beautiful combination of colors as the Goldenrain Tree, Koelreuteria paniculata. When in bloom, the yellow flower buds and the pink seed pods make a striking contrast with the bright green foliage, especially when cast in

Goldenrain Tree

Few trees possess such a beautiful combination of colors as the Goldenrain Tree, Koelreuteria paniculata. When in bloom, the yellow flower buds and the pink seed pods make a striking contrast with the bright green foliage, especially when cast in