When you're in a place that's not native to you, the flora and fauna are often unfamiliar. And sometimes you know the plant, but when it grows in a much more favorable location for it than you're used to seeing, you may not recognize it. This one, seen in a hell strip kind of garden on a street in Mindo, Ecuador, looks vaguely familiar, but I can't identify it. My best guess is a yellow walking iris (Trimezia martinicensis, formerly Neomarica longifolia). Can I get an amen on that from someone who knows?
|? Yellow walking iris ?|