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Flowering trees/plants rare sightings ?

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Farouk starts with ...
Hello All,

I am really interested to know & see if you have any flowering trees that are not commonly known to flower such as Fiddle-Leaf Fig, Pandan Leaf plant (indoesnian) etc, can you share any of your own photos or stories of rare flowering plants ? even non-edibles ones. All plants have to flower at some point right ? (or at least majority of them)

I think I have found a new hobby that adds to my list of why I need to move to the Tropics.
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23rd October 2017 2:38pm
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phil@tyalgum says...
I have seeds of an interesting species from Central America, Crescentia, the Calabash Tree. Used medicinally in the Philippines, it has cauliflorous flowers along the trunk and branches
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Trikus says...
Hi Phil , I have Crescentia alata with different foliage to yours .. still not verified 100% Seen trees up here and know a few growers who have not had fruit in 20/30 years ! Something has changed .
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phil@tyalgum says...
Whilst trying to identify it, I noted there was a lot of variation of the foliage contained in images on line. I wonder if it'll do any good down here.
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