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Ventnor is often called the Madeira of England and the reason for this is the 6 mile undercliff, an overhanging ledge formed by landslides, beneath which palms and tropical plants grow in great profusion.

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Photographer: © Raymond Thurlby (Gallery)(15th June 2009)
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In the Botanic Gardens

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Comment by Barbara Shoemaker(16th June 2009)

Gorgeous!

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Comment by Linda-mary Sigley(2nd May 2011)

Beautiful. I have grown these plants here in California. They are called 'Coleus.' They come in lime color also; a few other colors, too, I think. Not hard to grow here in the shade and very easy indoors.

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