|Tillandsia recurvata, and some usneoides aka "Spanish Moss" in the back starting to grow on this tree.|
Both are really growing on almost every tree that isn't a palm though.
|I am buying 10+ of these for my yard. They might be my favorite Palm that grows well here.|
The label said it was an Adonidia merrillii.
|Base of the Adonia merrillii Palm.|
|The weather was windy and gray, but this was somewhere around St. Augustine.|
Palms of all kinds, everywhere.
|These Palms grow along highways, yards, parks. Florida has an abundance of these.|
|A Green Anole that got inside the apartment.|
These are the only Anole species native to Florida.
|Philodendron selloum, one or two of these will be in my yard one day too. I love those long aerial roots.|
|Close-up of the roots|
|Castillo de San Marcos, a national monument from a distance. We were just driving through. I'll have to go see it sometime when I have time to be touristy, as it is the only extant 17th century fort in North America.|
|What kind of plant hoarder would I be if I didn't at least get one cool plant they sell in FL but not in NY? This is Hylocereus undatus x polyrhizus 'Halley's Comet', a "Dragon Fruit/Pitahaya" that bears especially large fruit.|
|Nice to look at something other than pine trees for a change.|
I'm convinced Florida itself is one big, constant struggle between people trying to build homes and infrastructure and nature trying to take the space back. Everything grows well here, including tons of invasive species and people's escaped pet snakes.