Grand Cayman and Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park – No idea!

There were so many different species of plant life (and animal too) in this park.  I was fortunate to be able to see plants that I had never seen before and thankfully many of them had signs stating what they were – and in one case to not stand under the tree after a rain because the sap was caustic.  Nice tree!  This plant was near where all of the heliconia varieties were growing.  I have no idea what it is and would appreciate any help in identifying it.  But it was so interesting looking that I had to take the shot.

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7 Responses to Grand Cayman and Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park – No idea!

  1. The Dose of Reality says:

    What in the heck is that tree? How unusual!! It’s nice they have signs to warn you against being smeared with caustic sap…ANOTHER reason to visit Grand Cayman!! 😀 –Lisa

  2. Interesting to say the least!

  3. ChgoJohn says:

    How unusual is that? I hope someone can identify it for you. I’d love to see it in “full bloom”, if that isn’t it already.

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