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Posted by Brad - Pittsburgh on 2/6/2018, 9:45 am
I am still amazed at how little damage there was by comparison to Tampa and Lakeland. Also had a chance to go to Naples last week; what a beautiful town. Big Money!
Lorapetalums are blooming in Orlando, but just starting to grow in Tampa.
Red crinums are obviously not as hardy as the white ones.
The very typical ho-hum landscape in Orlando. This is where I am staying in Avalon Park (east side of Orlando 33 miles from Cocoa Beach). I have a few plants I would like to plant here at my friend's house.
My friend's neighbor did not even have any burn on her papayas or ficus
This ficus is untouched in Avalon Park.
Nice landscaping for a small yard. Sorry to be a hater, but I hate queen palms. They are so ugly. I find 1 out of every 150 reasonably attractive.
Moss for David in Va.
Nice pandanus in Naples
Sarasota area exit
Super nice area along the water in Naples.
At a golf course near Lehigh Acres.
Thanks for looking.
Zone 6a, 20 miles SE of Pittsburgh
Previous gardens in Dubois, Pa, Walnut Creek, CA, and Lancaster, NY
Other interests: Edibles, fragrance, hummingbirds and butterflies, and deer resistance
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