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foliage and tropical plants at the FNATS Landscape trade show in Orlando

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Here are some of the more unusual foliage and tropical plants I saw at the FNATS Landscape trade show last week here in Orlando.

Agave 'Cornelius'

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Dyckia 'Cherry Cola'

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Musa 'Black Thai'

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Alocasia 'Sting Ray'

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Colocasia esculenta 'Mojito'

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Caladium 'Starburst'

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Begonia 'Caribbean Corsair'

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Begonia 'Raspberry Moon'

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Codiaeum variegatum 'Magnificent'- Croton

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Codiaeum variegatum 'Zanzibar'- Croton

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Beaucarnea recurvata 'Gold Star'- Ponytail

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Bambusa vulgaris 'Wamin'- Swollen Timber Bamboo

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Bougainvillea tree

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Trachelospermum asiaticum 'Ogon Nishiki'- Asian Jasmine

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Olea europea 'Frantoio'- Olive Tree

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Eric,

It looks like they had some interesting plants as usual this year. I have that black banana growing in the yard and it absolutely looks beautiful. Ten times better than in the photo. And that's no knock on your picture either. I'm wondering if it produces edible bananas though.

How was the turnout of visitors? Did you get a chance to talk to the vendors and what they were saying?

Jeff

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Eric, thanks for the pictures.I went to that show when I worked for Disney.I think it is difficult for most people to imagine how large some of the displays are.

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Look at that A. stingray... If only mine would grow that big :rolleyes:

Regards, Ari :)

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Hey Eric--

Looks like some cool stuff, esp. the Trachelospermum.

I didn't get to make it by, unfortunately; had to drive up to Atlanta :angry:

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Very nice! Ed

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I liked these pictures of new(...to me at least) plants Eric.

See if you can post some more from this show.

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