Flowers around the yard #13

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I have not shown much in the way of flowers in my blog, so I thought it was time.

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In the past blogs I have added a lot of birds. I even purchased a book of 1,100 birds of Central America but out of all the ones I have posted, I only found three. I am a little concerned about now purchasing a book on flowers.

I apologize for not knowing the official names of these flowers. I have spent a lot of time on the internet trying to identify everything I post. I am trying.

This little pink one the bees really seem to love.

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This plant looks a little like bananas but it is only for birds or other animals. Not for humans to eat.

Here is another picture of this plant open.

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Hope you enjoyed the beautiful flowers?

Purta Vida

Until the next post.

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