As the year draws to a close who is feeling like a tropical escape?
Can you smell the scent of frangipanis, and hear the brightly coloured parrots call?
Does your heart yearn for lush green foliage spattered with vibrant tropical blooms?
Let me take you on a journey through an A to Z of tropical and exotic flowers and plants.
See how many you know and perhaps make a new discovery on this tropical vacation.
Anthurium (Flamingo Lily)DSC02218 (1)
Bird of Paradise
Calathea (Peacock Plant)
Dracaena (popular indoor plant)
Epiphyllum (Orchid cactus)
Kniphofia (Red Hot Pokers)bright red hibiscus
Nepenthes (Pitcher Plant)
Queen of the Night cactus
Stephanotis (Madagascar Jasmine)
Xanthosoma (Giant Elephant Ears)