Tropical Flowers Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Brigitte Seidl

Tropical Frangipani
Tropical Frangipani
Water Lilies
Water Lilies
Desert Rose, multiple flowers
Desert Rose, multiple flowers
Hibiscus Full Moon
Hibiscus Full Moon
Cannas
Cannas
Bird of Paradise Flower
Bird of Paradise Flower
Purple allamanda
Purple allamanda
Yellow Kapok Tree
Yellow Kapok Tree
Butterfly on Bottlebrush Flower
Butterfly on Bottlebrush Flower
Hibiscus Ritzy
Hibiscus Ritzy
Fluffy red flower
Fluffy red flower
Red Hibiscus
Red Hibiscus


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Photo 1. Tropical Frangipani. Originally from Central America, Plumeria or Frangipani can now be found in tropical and warm temperate areas around the globe. The evergreen Singapore White is one of the most popular.

Photo 2. Water Lilies . Tropical water lilies such as Nymphaea Blue Triumph love basking in the sun and many have an intoxicating scent.Water lilies provide a wonderful habitat for many living creatures such as birds, turtles, fish and dragonflies. Water lilies are the most popular water plants for decorative ponds

Photo 3. Desert Rose, multiple flowers. Prune your Desert Roses during the dry season, as in the wet season, the chance of getting rot in the open wounds is very high. Pruning will improve the shape and encourage more branches and flowers.

Photo 4. Hibiscus Full Moon. Evergreen scrub with spectacular cup and saucer shaped bright yellow scented flowers

Photo 5. Cannas. If you want a bright, happy, tropical-style garden even you do not live in the tropics, think about planting canna lilies. Cannas are undergoing a new wave of popularity now that warm colors and bold foliage are back in style.

Photo 6. Bird of Paradise Flower. The unusually beautiful shape and brilliant colors of Birds of Paradise have made these flowers not just a designer favorite, but also a popular symbol of paradise.

Photo 7. Purple allamanda . The Purple rubber vine is also similar to the garden plant known as purple allamanda. Its flowers are bright pink or purplish in color.

Photo 8. Yellow Kapok Tree. The Yellow Kapok can grow up to 6m and branches out. The bark is smooth and grey, leaves are light green and it has big yellow flowers. The seed is the shape of a kidney and on the inside you will find long cotton-like hairs. It likes to grow in clay/ sandstone soil and is commonly found in the woodlands.

Photo 9. Butterfly on Bottlebrush Flower . Bottlebrushes are members of the genus Callistemon and belong to the family Myrtaceae. They are closely related to paperbark melaleucas, which also have 'bottlebrush' shaped flower spikes.

Photo 10. Hibiscus Ritzy. What a showy performer. The flowers are a vibrant shade of orange making a dazzling display

Photo 11. Fluffy red flower. Fluffy red flower

Photo 12. Red Hibiscus. Red Hibiscus, blue sky