It’s been a while since we visited the beautiful Puerto Rican garden Antigonum Cajan (filling a small garden with diversity). Today we’re looking at some more photos of this little garden space that’s full of incredible biodiversity.
On top of this garden wall is a rubber vine (Cryptostegia Grand Flora), which is native to Madagascar and combines deep glossy green foliage with stunning pink flowers. A cactus growing through a vine looks like it could be a dragon fruit (Selenicereus undatus).
Here’s another beautiful plumeria, its soft pink shading with a yellow center. In their native climate, plumerias tend to be dormant and drop all or most of their leaves in the cooler months, then push out new leaves and flowers as the weather warms. Here you can see new flowers and fresh new leaves emerging together.
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