I was drawn to the thick layer of beautiful green moss on the pot this big plant was potted in. Then this very unique plant with its turtle shell appearance...Dioscorea Mexicana. and its stem which looked like something I would have never thought was its matching part. Isn't it bizarre? This thin green vine plant that is reaching the ceiling of the greenhouse grows out of this turtle shell looking base. I guess part of the root? I think this is related to other plants in Asia which have their roots buried in the ground. and edible. This next thing was such a beauty with its blue violet orchid-like flowers up on a vine. had no idea what the name is, and I could not get the color right. It came out so dark. what a pity! This was one of my favorites in the greenhouse. This next one, whatever it is, I also loved it very much. It was as if someone painted it this way. Same variety but a different plant in a different greenhouse. This one had more white leaves than the other plant. Poinsettia in electrifying hot pink! This was very eye-catching. I thought I've seen quite a few varieties, but never this color. It would be a smash hit! They had a bunch of this color, and then one cream colored one. Schomburkia and cattleya hybrid. The name is Luster, but I don't remember the parents's name. This was a nice compact (considering the size of some schomburkia) plant with exotic flowers. compact enough to grow at home. I will have to look for this.