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Exotic Protea Flowers

Held one of these growing up in Cali...what a neat plant! "Passion flower. Exotic flowers like these don't have to be limited to tropical gardens. A vigorous perennial vine that climbs via tendrils, the passion flower can be a conversation piece in the garden. Species vary from subtropical to hardy in USDA Zone 6." Only if I have a greenhouse someday!

Heliconia rostrata - Hanging Lobster Claw, False Bird of Paradise, Lobster-claw, Crab Claw, Hanging Heliconia - Hawaiian Plants and Tropical Flowers

orange exotic wedding flowers

Flaming Pin cushion Protea. Stunning tropical flower that is available all year and adds an exotic touch to high style and mixed arrangements.

I buy lots of amaryllis bulbs every fall- pot them & give them as Xmas presents when they start to spike. You can order exotic varieties. I plant mine outside (zone 8) after & they bloom in the spring afterwards (usually the next year,) It's so nice to have something pretty blooming in the winter- some will bloom later, into February.