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front of the house

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36 years from whips

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mo jungle

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brick path

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my dad also collects antique bricks

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Jeff Searle

Tad,

     The garden is a jungle for sure. I see lots of different tropicals all co-existing with each other.

Some of your Cordylines ( Ti) are,#28, not sure. #29 could be one with a few names,maybe Maudie hart. #30 is Purple Prince and #31 is your Pink Diamond.

Jeff

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Thanks  Jeff I get confused, as I said Ti's are not so much my thing, and after taking so many pics I just loose track.

keep checking back more ti's coming right up.

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another shot of the brick pathway

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follow the red brick path!

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another shot with my dad and his ti plant jungle

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These chinese fans were some that survived the big freezes of the RGV.

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rice paper plant

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HOLY GUACAMOLE, my dad has 2 giant lulu avacado trees, that have produced huge avacados for years, they are a danger to walk under on a windy day!!

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Big Ti

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Another pretty one

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looking back towards the house

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the not a palm plant :)

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Darker color ti,

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all we need is for some monkeys to tromp through here!

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some kind of philo

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detail of old school philo leaf

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:)  this one came from Grant at HCI in Houston, Hey Grant how come you give my dad free palms when he makes the delivery, and I have to trade out freight for my stuff? Grant is a good guy to work with!!

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no proper jungle scape is complete without some cycads!

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crowns of royals planted by the original shade house where it all started.

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draceana

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funky ti

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philo and ti

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Palm tiki, bromeliads, and heloconias,

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bromeliads in a sabal mexicana trunk

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The shade house, I guess this is the second shade house the first was made out of drill stem, I dont remember how old this one is, I d say maybe 15 years or so. this is where alot of the stuff you see around my house came from!

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kalanchoe bloom, this is one named donkey ear? got it from the big huge landscrape artichoke Lan Sawyer!

makes a huge droopy leaf. I doubt donkey ear is a valid name.

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lil archontos of some kind,....I think

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grape ape, no not really the name

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sprouted from seed, now whether this one is an already existing hybrid in production somwhere? ? ? ? ?  who knows, I do know that this is a result of cross pollination here at my dads place

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