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Re: Theresa's pics


Ah, but way too big for the flowers in Theresa's pictures! I'm so glad she got to the Pali lookout. Windy, but one of the prettiest places on the island.
Cathy
On Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at 08:04 PM, romans810@juno.com wrote:

small clusters of tiny white flowers
DF
I'll try again!!! How about Pulmaneria? They are also in yellow, pink &
red.

Tony Veca <><
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA

On Tue, 18 Feb 2003 11:06:23 -0800 David Franzman <dfranzma@pacbell.net>
writes:
Hi Tony, no it's not oleander.  This is a sub or full tropical tree
with
small clusters of tiny white flowers.  But thanks anyway.

DF

romans810@juno.com wrote:

smallish white flowers
I couldn't bring up the pics, but the description on small white
floweres
could be Oleander. There are yellows & pinks also.

Tony Veca <><
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA

On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 23:07:33 -0800 David Franzman
<dfranzma@pacbell.net>
writes:
Theresa, nice pictures.  Thanks for sharing them with us.
Couple of
comments:  First you look cold in a couple of them...were you?
I
loved
the heliconias and gingers.  Beautiful flowers.  The flowering
tree
with
the orangy red was a Royal Poinciana?  Is that right Jim or
anybody
else?  Most beautiful tree in the world though the Jacaranda is
close
behind.  The tree with the smallish white flowers I saw down in
San
Diego.  Can anybody identify it?  Had a nice shape and nice
flowers.

Again thanks for sharing.

DF

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