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08/12/2012 at 17:30

hello gardener, maybe somebody like to have a look at my new pictures in my album. Some nepenthes growing in my area, but not native,they came from human transporting many years ago. The orchids are all native wild species, not so nice like cultivate but I love them...For the correct names I give no guarantee...
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Eco Thai German Farm , Farmersvoice

08/12/2012 at 17:40

Some pretty amazing plants there ThaiGer.

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11/12/2012 at 03:16

I loved the plants in your album, specially the Tricyrtis lily, the bellatulum and the nepenthes Tiger. They look rather rare, don´t they? Now for the wild plant you did not know (the one with the funnel-shaped orange flowers), it looks like Spathodea campanulata, an African tree of the Bignoniacea family which is very common in warm places; it seems to be invasive, what explains its presence in the forest.

11/12/2012 at 04:45

Thank you, and yes!! It is the african tulip tree. He grow in the entrance to my old garden. I don't no, from where he come from...In thailand (I have googled for the name,you gave me) this tree grow in Thailand only(!) in the "Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden"!!! Maybe I'm the King???,best regards,ThaiGer

Eco Thai German Farm , Farmersvoice

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