Wednesday, September 9, 2009

I likE plants! 2009 Virtual Tour

January 2008
September 2009

I wanted to share some photos of how the yard is looking this year with my readers. I did a panoramic shot this morning & I have one from last year so you can see the progress! Then I would like to give you all a virtual tour around the yard. Some names have a link to a post I've done on that species or variety.

This years seedlings: Annona muricata, Artocarpus integer, Artocarpus odoratissimus, Eugenia aggregata, Eugenia neonitida, Eugenia stipitata, Eugenia uvalha, Garcinia intermedia, Garcinia livingstonei, Garcinia macrophylla, Garcinia xanthochymus, Lacmellea sp., Lansium domesticum, Marlierea edulis, Melicoccus bijugatus, Myrciaria vexator, Psidium friedrichsthalianum, Pouteria sapota (I'll be doing posts on these species as they grow & fruit.)

Garcinia aristata, Garcinia lateriflora in the white pots.

Annona diversifolia 'Red', Annona squamosa 'Whitman Purple', Garcinia sp.(x4), Punica granatum

Averrhoa carambola - Carambola, Star Fruit (seedling) fruit.

Artocarpus heterophyllus - Jackfruit 'Black Gold' (seedling)

Eugenia stipitata - Araçá-boi

Dendrocalamus minor var. amoenus - Ghost Bamboo

Artocarpus hypargyreus - Kwai Muk

Artocarpus hypargyreus - Kwai Muk

Annona muricata - Guanábana, Soursop tree.

Annona muricata - Guanábana, Soursop immature fruit.

Annona muricata - Guanábana, Soursop flower.

Zephyranthes spp. - Rain lilies

Annona squamosa - Sugar-apple, Sweetsop "Kampong Mauve"

Garcinia intermedia - Lemon Drop Mangosteen

Garcinia intermedia - Lemon Drop Mangosteen

Antigonon leptopus - Coral Vine

Bambusa lako - Timor Black Bamboo

Citrus aurantifolia - Key Lime

Neoregelia ampullacea 'Tigrina'

Neoregelia ampullacea 'Tigrina'

Thanks for visiting my yard!

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Hugh said...

Tremendous! What a lot of work. I like the little ring of lawn left beneath the table. That's about as much lawn as is needed. Best yard in Florida.

I likE plants! said...

Hi Hugh,
Thanks for the compliments my friend. I agree with you that little bit of grass is enough. Now to get rid of the front lawn!!!! Best yard in Florida WOW!!! That's some title!!!!


Søren said...

Hi Eric,
That is a lot of potentially big trees - how big is the compound?
Søren - Kampala, Uganda

I likE plants! said...

Hi Søren,
It's roughly 100' x 80' Good thing I like to trim!!! However, not every species will be planted in my personal yard. I just love to propagate.