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Re: June 2017 Update on my Yard in North Florida (lots of pics!).
Posted by Alex NYC on 6/6/2017, 11:44 pm, in reply to "Re: June 2017 Update on my Yard in North Florida (lots of pics!)."
Thanks Brad! I brought down the Alocasia and elephant ear, two tibouchinas, butterfly ginger, my Staghorn fern (not pictured), and a few plumerias. Everything else I bought down here.
There are a few that will definitely take over their space. I don't mind getting rid of the weakest of the bunch when that happens. I just want to try as many things out as possible! A cold winter will definitely thin the garden out!
I don't have a lot of planting space left. I can take out another shrub in the front yard if I find something I really like and I have about 10 more square feet of space left in the backyard. I have some room for a few more potted plants too. I'm going to start volunteering at the local botanical garden soon now that I'm almost out of room!
See UPDATED pics of my tropical plants in on my Blog!
WAS: New York City; zone 7b
NOW: Gainesville, FL; zone 8b/9a