The W. W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory, located in Tacoma, puts on a grand floral display of blooms each season along with the resident tropical plants. Right now they have lots of colorful Azalea and Cyclamen, along with Purple Shamrocks and Narcissus.
Purple Shamrocks (Black Oxalis)
Narcissus and Amaryllis
Along with the seasonal displays are the ever-changing blooms of tropical plants. There is always something blooming when visiting the conservatory. Different Orchid species bloom at different times of the year. I am always on the lookout for fresh, new blooms.
Yellow Cymbidium Orchid
Spotted Phalaenopsis Orchid
Here are 3 more images of Orchid species. The first orange one is a Laleliocattleya Orchid, and the pink one is a miniature Cymbidium. I don not know what the third one is.
Below are some of the other resident tropical plants at the conservatory.
This one below looks like some sort of Ginger plant.
Unidentified small, pink flowers with variegated plant leaves
Very interesting looking, variegated leaf