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#‎IslandTime‬ ‪#‎DidYouKnow‬ Barbados is named after the bearded fig tree, which grows wild throughout the whole island and bears a sweet, edible fruit.

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Sorrel is a species of the hibiscus plant. Its a herb and can be boiled into a tasty drink during Christmas. Sugar and ginger are added. Some add wine/rum. Mine will always have rum! :)

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Jamaican Recipes: JAMAICAN SORREL RECIPE

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Beach grapes

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Planeta Zoo -Año 6 Número 17 Marzo, 2010

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Jamaica Exotic fruits

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Exotic Flowers

Blue Bell Tunicate

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Exotic Flowers

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CUBAN NATIONAL FLOWER.. LA Mariposa

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Poui trees are in full blossom in Trinidad

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Passiflora maliformis is native to the Caribbean, Cntral America and Northern South America

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Asa Wright Nature Centre & Bird Sanctuary Trinidad & Tobago

Asa Wright Nature Center - Trinidad

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Asa Wright Nature Centre & Bird Sanctuary Trinidad & Tobago

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Travel 2 the Caribbean Blog: Tropical Colors of the Caribbean

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Tropical Colors of the Caribbean

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