Additional tropical flowers

Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by crogovin, May 1, 2009.

  1. crogovin

    crogovin Member

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    I'll appreciate identifications of these three flowers. TG32 QUERY.jpg

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  2. L.plant

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    #1 Mandevilla
    #3 Aechmea fasciata
     
  3. Teddybear

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    #2 Orchid or ginger ?
     
  4. lorax

    lorax Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    #2 is an orchid. I want to say Dendrobium but they are very hard to ID without seeing foliage as well. If these are from a botanical garden, I'm surprised that they weren't labeled!
     
  5. Teddybear

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    #1 flower looks like Dipladenia ( syn. mandeville ) sanderi, I just purchased one yesterday.
     

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