Seasonal trees and plants at the Peabody Orlando

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Seasonal trees and plants at the Peabody Orlando

February 7, 2012

Filled with beautiful and lush foliage, the Mallard Lobby at the Peabody Orlando is one of the most visited spots by guests due to the famous duck march. Several times a year, Greenery
Productions complements the Mallard Lobby with seasonal plants and flowers.
The following pictures show an Adonidia Palm Tree with red blooming Anthuriums and a Ficus Lyrata tree with orange Rieger Begonias, both located in the Mallard Lobby. Because they produce blooms all year round, the vibrant orange Rieger Begonias are a beautiful addition to this seasons new décor. They sure can brighten up a winter day by adding a pleasant splash of color to any garden like scenario. The blooming Anthuriums bring a tropical feel to the Mallard Lobby. This red heart-shaped flower also known as Flamingo Flowers, may grow to a height of 10-15 inches, and its leaves are usually attractively colored. Be sure to check out the Mallard Lobby next time you visit the Peabody Orlando!

 

  

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