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McBryde Garden Featured Plant: African tulip tree One of the first trees visitors to Hawai‘i notice is the showy but invasive African tulip tree (Spathodea campanulata). With its clusters of large reddish orange cup-like flowers, whether rising from the forest canopy or standing alone by the road, this tree is noteworthy not only for its visual presence, but also more importantly the fact that it is one of the most tenacious species in the Hawaiian Islands. Probably introduced as an orname

New Orleans Neighborhoods. (this doesn't click through to the map... here is a link to a cute tshirt with the map:

from Viator Travel Blog

26 Cheap Things To Do, Eat and See in New Orleans