Flowers of the Caribbean
Anyone visiting the Caribbean for the first time cannot fail to be impressed by the richness and luxuriance of the vegetation. This book includes photographs that have been taken of plants growing in their natural surroundings in the Caribbean, particularly of flowering trees as they appear to be especially exotic when in blossom.
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Allamanda attains a height Bermuda Bignoniaceae bloom blossoms bright red Caribbean islands Cassia Cassia fistula Central America coloured bracts common throughout Cordia corolla dark green epiphytic Euphorbiaceae Family Leguminosae family of plants five petals flower forms flowering plants flowers arise flowers throughout foliage fruits G. W. Lennox green in colour grown Guaiacum heart-shaped Heliconia Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Hope Gardens inches in diameter Jamaica joined petals large numbers leaves are dark Lily Malvaceae mature number of different orchids originates from Brazil originates from Central originates from Madagascar originates from South originates from tropical perennial plant pink plant grows plant originates Plumeria pods pollinating produces red flowers reproductive ricin S. A. Seddon sepals shrub grows shrub in lawns shrub originates small tree South America species stamens stem structure Tabebuia temperate countries throughout the Caribbean throughout the tropics tree originates Trinidad tropical America Trumpet trumpet-shaped trunk Vine waxy widely distributed throughout Yellow Poui