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The “Queen” is Coming – Selenicereus Blooming May 31

The “Queen” is Coming – Selenicereus Blooming May 31

UPDATE: Our Selenicereus the spectacular night-blooming cactus, appears ready to bloom tonight, May 31! Join us from 8 to 11 p.m. in front of the Botany Building on Palm Avenue* to witness this annual blooming. The event will take place rain or (moon)shine.  Things to...

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What’s In Bloom – Epiphytes

What’s In Bloom – Epiphytes

Selby Gardens is featured weekly on ABC7 News at Noon. Tune in Thursdays to see more informative segments like this one. Something that sets Marie Selby Botanical Gardens apart from other botanical gardens is that we specialize in the research, culture and display of...

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What’s in Bloom: Resurrection Fern

Pleopeltis polypodioides (Polypodiaceae) Resurrection fern (Polypody family) Origin: Subtropical Americas, including the SE United States; Africa Florida is home to dozens of species of epiphytic plants, mostly orchids, bromeliads, and ferns. The most common epiphytic...

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