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Styphnolobium japonicum (pagoda tree), full of hanging, chartreuse yellow fruit pods (toxic), in the Plant Family Collection. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Oxalis semiloba (fishtail sorrel or fishtail oxalis), blooming in front of leaves from Pelargonium capitatum (rose-scented geranium), in the Warm Temperate Pavilion. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Strelitzia reginae (bird-of-paradise), dazzling in the Warm Temperate Pavilion. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (autumn leadwort or plumbago), displaying its late-season and long-lasting flowers, along the western hill of Osborne Garden. Photo by Lee Patrick.
The very rare Osa pulchra and its trumpet-like flowers, in bloom in the Steinhardt Conservatory’s Tropical Entry House. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae (New England aster) in bloom at the perimeter of the Native Flora Garden. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Rhus typhina ‘Laciniata’ (cutleaf staghorn sumac), changing into fall colors along a Garden path. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Tricyrtis cultivar (Japanese toad-lily), blooming in the north Perennial Border. Photo by Lee Patrick.
A dash of Capsicum annuum ‘Black Pearl’ (ornamental pepper) highlights this planter along Washington Avenue. Photo by Lee Patrick.
Plants of Seasonal Interest by Month
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