Some of these plants were at botanical gardens - others along the roads. Photos 1 & 2 - Sonchus fruticosus L. - looks kike a giant dandelion Photos 3 & 4 - Agapanthus africanus - grew all along the sides of cooler country roads Photos 5 & 6 - Spathodea campanulata - African Tulip Tree - and many more names - wonderful colour - and the unopened brown flowers in Photo 5 are full of water. Photos 7 & 8 - Agave attenuata - with photo 8 showing the inflorescence. What an amazing looking plant! The locals said was locally invasive. Photo 9 - Looking into Encephalartos woodii x natalensis - the sun shone right through it. Photo 10 - Dombeya Wallichii Lindl. Benth. Hook F Dombeia - Originally from Madagascar - just a few flowers were left on this tree. Photos 11 & 12 -Scadoxus puniceus L. Another orange flower - stunning. Photo 12 is photographed deep in the flower. Photo 13 - Aloe africana - those on the island were very, . red - and very numerous. Photo 14 - Aloe plicatilis - reminded me of asparagus! Photos 15 & 16 - Not sure if Aloe striata or Aloe saponaria - wonderful colour! Photos 17 & 18 - Cycas revoluta - the female plant - an amazing looking plant - which I understand is very toxic. Photos 19 & 20 - Not sure of the name? - (photo 20 is on its side) Photos 21 & 22 - Not sure of this tree fruit? - it was unlabelled in the Botanic gardens at Funchal but amongst the edible plants.