Above are Peace Lilies, a kind of "Spathiphyllum" native to tropical regions. If you have enough shade, and don't get too much cold, and not overly much water, you can grow them in Central Florida; they do not like sun. (That is an understatement. they are fussy plants).
Below is "Clerodendrum paniculatum" better known as Pagoda flower, which is an erect, open semi woody shrub with large evergreen leaves and huge showy clusters of orange-red or scarlet flowers held above the foliage. Pagoda flower is native to India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and much of southeastern Asia. Smart Floridians who have room for it in their garden plant it because it thrives both in sun and shade.