The landscaping was done were nice with use of Cherry Palms every where.
Then I spotted 2 different Coccothrinax sp. 1 had a very fat trunk the biggest Cocco trunk I have seen, and the other pictured below was a typical thin trunk. I am not sure what either are.
These are a few Bismarkia nobilis seeds I collected in Nassau and planted in the area pictured above and below. So I planted 5 seeds. Maybe years down the road I will have another stop there and hopefully see that at least 1 of them make it.Baby Psuedophoenix sargentiiOn the right side there was a Blue Curly Tail Lizard. My camera did not catch it that good though.
Off in the brush I saw this monster growing. I had to make it back there for some pics.
On my way back I almost tripped over this orchid in spike.
Here was a bath up to some old ruins. There was another monster on the path.
This 1 had a big hole in it. I found out that this was somebodies lunch a long time ago. The heart of the palm is eaten by natives. They say it does not kill the palm. Here is the proof, but it sure makes the palm look ugly. This was the only 1 with a hole out of the 100's we saw.
View from the top of the trail looking out over the islandA few more Cherry Palms. Still none in seed. Heading back to the main area.
Some pics of the fat trunk Palm. If anyone knows fill me in. I found a couple seeds on these.
And right before we left there it was in all of its glory. The only 1 I saw in seed the whole day.
Those are my Half Moon Cay Bahamas Pictures, Thanks for Lookin'