Brazil is the perfect climate to grow a huge range of flowering plants.
You can find wildflowers almost everywhere you go (Outside the big cities).
Many types of flower found in Brazil aren't found naturally anywhere else.
Because of the tropical environment, Brazilian flowers bloom all year
These beautiful flowers are everywhere in Floripa.
A closeup of the pistil and stamen of the hibiscus flower.
I love these opportunistic little vines.
A little vine taking advantage of the tree.
Furry Red Flower
Little yellow and red wildflowers
Light yellow wildflowers
Brazilian Angels Trumpet Flowers
Angel's Trumpet Flower
Not to be confused with Dama da Noite
Strange fruit on a hot pink flower.
Three way symetry.
White and black wildflower
Interesting flowers everywhere
New seeds ready for the birds to take to new places.
The exotic Dormideira flower
After dark, if you touch this plant, the leaves fold up.
The bloody Bromélia plant
Praia do Matadeiro
Beautiful purple wildflowers
Mosquito on a blue wildflower
Orange wildflowers glistening in the morning dew,
Neomarica Gracilis, Walking Iris, Apostle Plant.
White and Blue Brazilian Lily or Orchid
Tropicals Tender Perennials
This looks like Red Salvia
I have no idea what this is. Probably a flower, or a bunch of seeds.
Strange primative plants.
Beautiful flowers everywhere. Looks like a red feather.
This could be a Bromélia Flower
Or it might be a type of Red Ginger
Orelho de Madeira (Wood Ears),
Some stange mushrooms growing out of the logs.
Looks like knives with bloody tips.
Maybe a type of Neoregelia
Tears of a Flower
A red wildflower cries in the morning.
There are many types of this species including
Bico do Papagaio (Parrot Beaks), Bananeira de Jardim (Garden Bananery),
Bico de Guará (Guara Beak), Falsa Ave do Paraíso (False
Bird of Paradise)
and Paquevira to name few.
This exotic wildflower can be found throughout the tropics.
These plants can grow 30 feet high
Purple poppy wildflowers
These flowers are edible, and are filled with vitamin C.
Giant red flower
This flower could wrap around a basketball, it was huge.
I think this is a Gerbera Flower
Looks like a sun with light purple rays coming out of it.