Selby Gardens

A few more photos from Florida.

Selenicereus is a jungle cactus that is quite large in this particular case, I think. It was big enough to catch my attention and cause me to photograph it.

And then I see a nice big fat, tall Pachypodium. Ours are all inside in Northern California and never end up looking quite like this.

They grow their Staghorns big in Florida, as you can tell from this Platycerium.

Those are the only remaining shots that came out from that day. It was cloudy, and my phone is a less than ideal camera. One lesson: Do not zoom. The loss of detail is too great, or there would be a couple more nice epiphytic cactus shots. Live and learn.

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