The “Flamboyán” tree, known in English as a Royal Poinciana or Flame Tree, is named for its flamboyant display of orange-red petals. The tree, planted by Corps employees in 1976, still graces the grounds of the Antilles office today.

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Photo by: Carmen Mártir-Collazo |  VIRIN: 130320-A-CE999-051.JPG