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Pieris Japonica 'Flaming Silver''s variegated leaves offer a gorgeous contrast to the deep green leaves of a holly or azalea. Beautiful red new growth. Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Pieris Japonica, Landscaping Plants, Landscaping Ideas, Backyard Ideas, Garden Ideas, Rockery Garden, Plant Zones

Pieris Japonica 'Flaming Silver''s variegated leaves offer a gorgeous contrast to the deep green leaves of a holly or azalea. Beautiful red new growth.

Come monsoon, Peacock flower(Guletura) is in bloom adding colours to the greenery around. Pride Of Barbados, Monsoon, Greenery, Peacock, Bloom, Colours, Gardening, Plants, Flowers

Come monsoon, Peacock flower(Guletura) is in bloom adding colours to the greenery around. Location- Aizawl,Mizoram

Peacock Flower, Pride of Barbados, Dwarf poinciana • Hindi: गुलेतूरा Botanical name: Caesalpinia pulcherrima Family: Caesalpiniaceae (Gulmohar family)

  Coral Orange, Orange Flowers, Colorful Flowers, Hawaiian Plants, Tropical Plants, New Leaf, Myrtle, Hibiscus, Scilly Isles

Metrosideros polymorpha

ʻŌhiʻa, ʻŌhiʻa lehua, Lehua ʻalani Myrtaceae (Myrtle family) Endemic to the Hawaiian Islands Hawaiʻi Island (Cultivated) ʻAlani (orange) is an uncommon color for this species flowers. Most are red (ʻula). Early Hawaiians fashioned the exceptionally hard wood into kapa beaters, prepping boards for kapa (lāʻau kahi wauke), poi boards (papa kuʻi poi), musical instruments, idols, spears, mallets, standards of kāhili, house construction, gunwales and interior framework for canoes. The…

Xanthostemon (syn. Metrosideros) chrysanthus (Myrtaceae) Beautiful Flowers, Plants, Flowers, Pretty Flowers, Plant, Planting, Planets

Xanthostemon (syn. Metrosideros) chrysanthus (Myrtaceae)

 An evergreen with vibrant, flower-like color in new foliage. Clusters of delicate, bell-shaped flowers mark this slow growing plant that comes in many varieties. Pieris Japonica, Partial Shade Plants, Shade Landscaping, Evergreen Garden, Planting Plan, Cool Plants, Summer Garden, Growing Plants, Native Plants

Pieris Japonica - This plant does everything. It is evergreen. The new foliage comes out with a vibrant flower-like color, it has clusters of delicate bell-shaped flowers and it comes in many varieties, One of the spring highlights in our garden is the display of the three varieties of pieris japonica. The leaves are a bright intense pink or red when new and slowly fade into a solid or sometimes variegated green. It is slow growing and easy to train into a standard.