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Unusual flowering tree/bush .. I couldn't find out what this beauty is...if you know, please let me know!

Unusual flowering tree/bush .. I couldn't find out what this beauty is...if you know, please let me know!

I'd love to have a plant that will keep growing, and not flowers that will die after a few days.

I'd love to have a plant that will keep growing, and not flowers that will die after a few days.

Gazania. This annual loves sun & dry conditions. It's short but notice that the brown on this flower look like a row of bird feathers. I plant these on open spots in a sedum bed. - This would be perfect in a CO garden since we have an arid climate.

Plumeria - love these dark pink ones.  But they don't bloom as much as the other varieties which is why I've given up on this color.

Plumeria - love these dark pink ones. But they don't bloom as much as the other varieties which is why I've given up on this color.

Love this bulb. No idea what it is, but Jodi gave me one years ago and it comes back every year, bigger & better.

Love this bulb. No idea what it is, but Jodi gave me one years ago and it comes back every year, bigger & better.

photo: Orange Sherbet ... close up of gladiola flowers ... pinned to beautiful Pinterest board: Couers de flueurs (Hearts of Flowers) ... all extreme close ups of flower centers ... gorgeous design lines and colors ...

photo: Orange Sherbet ... close up of gladiola flowers ... pinned to beautiful Pinterest board: Couers de flueurs (Hearts of Flowers) ... all extreme close ups of flower centers ... gorgeous design lines and colors ...

Jade Vine: The jade vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys) is a native of the tropical forests of the Philippines. Its flowers are the color of highly unusual blue-green jade, and hang in bunches up to 90 cm long; each clawlike flower is about 7½ cm long. The jade vine's flowers are pollinated by bats.

Jade Vine: The jade vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys) is a native of the tropical forests of the Philippines. Its flowers are the color of highly unusual blue-green jade, and hang in bunches up to 90 cm long; each clawlike flower is about 7½ cm long. The jade vine's flowers are pollinated by bats.