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JulianGalvez

JulianGalvez

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JulianGalvez Porterweed
Porterweed commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon, Philippines7 years ago

Thank you!

JulianGalvez Hoya
Hoya commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon, Philippines7 years ago

It's quite likely. I'm not sure which characters set different Hoyas apart, though. Let's wait for a second opinion. Thank you!

JulianGalvez Rangoon Creeper
Rangoon Creeper commented on by JulianGalvez Cavite, Philippines7 years ago

Thanks!

JulianGalvez Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

It could also be Dracaena thalioides

http://gardeningwithwilson.com/2009/10/0...

JulianGalvez Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

Hmm it looks definitely similar to Cordyline fruticosa (Baston ni San Jose). Probably a Cordyline itself.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cordyline

JulianGalvez Perennial Dwarf Voodoo Lily
Perennial Dwarf Voodoo Lily commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

Hi, this could be Typhonium varians :D

http://www.aroid.org/genera/speciespage....

JulianGalvez Iris
Iris commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

Hi Ms. Milet, this is actually Trimezia martinicensis :D

http://www.google.com.ph/search?q=trimez...

JulianGalvez Red Ginger
Red Ginger commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

Could it be Alpinia purpurea?

http://www.google.com.ph/search?client=o...

JulianGalvez Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

Could this be Ilang-ilang (Hedychium coronarium)?

http://www.google.com.ph/search?client=o...

JulianGalvez Bandera espanola
Bandera espanola commented on by JulianGalvez Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila, Philippines9 years ago

Ms. Manilie, I think this isn't Canna indica, which has large, showy petaloids. The structure of the inflorescence is more characteristic of Heliconia, the false bird-of-paradise (or a relative), or Musa (rel. of banana)

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