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By knoxred on July 4, 2011

I recently had the pleasure of touring the Marie Selby Botanical Garden in Sarasota, Florida.
Join me for a photo journey through a tropical garden full of rare and exotic plants.

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Jul 4, 2011 11:16 AM CST
Name: Carole
Never stop learning
Hurray! Thumbs up Hurray! Thumbs up
Jul 4, 2011 8:51 PM CST
Name: Carol Noel
Hawaii (near Hilo)
It's all about choices.
Great tour!!! That Hoya carnosa is HUGE!!!! Never seen one so large...and so healthy!!! Thanks for the tour....!!!

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Jul 5, 2011 4:07 AM CST
Name: Vicki
North Carolina
Wonderful article - BEAUTIFUL photos - thank you so much! Thumbs up Thumbs up
Jul 6, 2011 5:25 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
*Blush* Thank you. I knew the only way I could bring home all those gorgeous tropical plants was in pictures. The size and scale of some of the plants was amazing, and the textures...and the way the intense sunlight filtered through the was really a great garden experience.
Jul 7, 2011 2:06 AM CST
Name: Dorothy (LaVonne) Mitchell
Somerset, KY

I just love walking through botanical gardens...they are always so beautiful and hold much wonder....should I ever make it to Florida I shall enjoy first hand this garden.


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