flowers, inspiration, Nature

Black Plumerias 4 Most Exotic Beautiful Types

Red Black 

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Frangipanis (also known as Plumerias) are relatively small trees growing only to about 5-6m in height, but what they lack in height they make up in width often becoming as wide as they are tall.

Black Hawaiian

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They have a well-behaved root system which makes them great for the home garden and for growing in pots. Frangipanis are also great survivors coping with drought, heat, neglect and insect and pest attack. They are also deciduous allowing maximum winter sun while providing shade in summer.

Black Sugar

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It is generally thought that frangipanis (plumerias) are native to South & Central America although some reports claim they are native to the Caribbean and were taken to the Americas by Spanish priests.

Black Widow

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Beauty, Nature

3 Most Exotic and Rare Trees around the World

Exotic trees displaying beauty and wonder!

Why do I get to fall in love with each tree? Let me tell you why: a tree changes carbon dioxide into the oxygen we breathe, it sequesters carbon and provides much shelter for countless critters.
There are many reasons for which we should all be tree-hugging hippies, but within the scope of this blog post, all we’ll focus on are the looks of these amazing nature wonders.

Tropic Breeze Balloon:

It grows in different rainforests.

Trees and beauty

Ponytail Palm Tree

Kaleidoscopic Rainbow Eucalyptus, Hawaii’s

Hawaii, Maui, Hana, Rainbow eucalyptus trunk

This one is a native one in the archipelago which has a unique appearance like an upright umbrella.

Its dark red sap gives its name dragon blood.

Exotic 

Best Inspiration Post of the Year 2018 Get Out of the Blues! 

Beauty, Food, Nature, Travel

This is Where Hawaiian Chocolate Comes From

From this wonderful, tropical and exotic plant:

“Lower-quality cacao beans often get mixed in with premium varieties on their way to becoming chocolate bars, truffles, sauces and liqueurs.”

Did you know that Hawaii is the only place in the United States with a commercial cacao production?

“But the stakes for policing the chocolate industry are high. It’s a multi-billion dollar global enterprise, and in some places, it’s as much art as business. There’s also a conservation angle to knowing whether products are truly what confectioners claim them to be.”

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry