My Photo Walk: Leu Gardens in Orlando, FL
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Being a "northerner," it always amazes me when I see house plants like philodendron and poinsettias and croton growing outside in Florida. I also love the way Spanish moss hangs from the trees and bushes, gently swaying in the breeze like gauzy curtains. Yesterday I walked the Harry P. Leu Gardens, which are beautiful. The rose gardens and camellias are not to be missed. Alas, the roses had just been pruned when I was there, but the camellias were still going strong. These gardens are definitely worthy of spending an entire afternoon next time you're in Orlando.
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