Bucida buceras 'Shady Lady' or 'Black Olive'
The Cassia javanica comes from Java and Sumatra (Indonisia). It is a flowering shade tree.
The Ceiba speciosa comes from South America. It has thick short thorns on its trunck and branches.
The Acasia choriophylla is native to southern Florida and the Bahamas.
Bauhinia galpinii is a small flowering tree with orchid-like red flowers.
Capparis indica grows from the south of Mexico to the northern part of South-America and the Caribbean islands.
Conocarpus erectus var. sericeus is the gray version of the Conocarpussen. Native in Florida and the Caribbean islands but not Curaçao.
The Cordia sebestena, locally called Carawara Spanjo, is an ever blooming tree with red or orange flowers.
De Crescentia cujete is een inheemse boom, welke 's nachts bloeit. Bloemen worden door vleermuizen bestoven.
The Delonix regia (Flamoyant) is a deciduous tree (it sheds all its leaves). In bloom it is a striking tree.
Erythrina velutina, local name Bonchi di kabai, is a feral tree introduced here with characteristic properties.
Ficus nitida is a large shade tree. It has somewhat thicker leaves than the well know Ficus benjamina.
Geoffroea spinosa or "Palu di taki", is a tree native to Curaçao and it has yellow flowers.
Guaiacum officinale or 'Wayaca' is a native evergreen tree.
Guaiacum sanctum is the "other" Wayaca. A native tree with probably the most beautiful flowers of Curaçao.
Haematoxylon brasiletto or Palu Brasil (Brazia) is a very common native tree. Often mistakenly called Kibrahacha.
The Hibiscus tiliaceus looks a lot like the native Thespesia populnea (Otaheiti), which grows along the beaches.
Crateva tapia aka Craveata tapia is a tree native to Curaçao, that can grow up to 7 meters (23ft).