I believe this is a Frangipani tree.
I think this is called a Monkey Pod tree. Its fuzzy pods gave the overall look quite a flair. Apparently the bug was enjoying his stay on the tree. I didn't even see the bug until after I took the photo.
The humidity was so thick when I took this picture today that it makes the photo look misty.
One of its beautiful blooms.
The Bird of Paradise are currently blooming.
A native to Florida told me she calls these Firecracker flowers because as a child she would pinch the end of the blooms just before they opened to hear a popping sound.
I believe their actual name is Coral Honeysuckle.
These tiny flowers fall off a palm tree near our door. I think they are exquisite. With almost two hundred varieties of palms, 27 native to Florida, I am no expert on which type of palm tree this flower grows. Palms bear many types of flowers, berries, dates, and nuts.
Okay - this guy isn't a flower but caught him on this coral stone today while I was snapping photos. He is super tiny! (His whole body/tail was no longer than my little finger.) You have to admit, he's pretty cute for being a lizard.
This is either a Plumeria or in the Frangipani family, I am not sure which.
So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Matthew 6:28–29