Kwak, those photos are gorgeous.
I think the gnarly tree is a Banyan Tree (Alina, correct me if I'm spelling that wrong or have it wrong altogether). They are quite common in Florida and have their root systems predominantly above ground, but they are also very old. They are beautiful, as are all of the flowers.
I actually recognized a few different types...woohoo. I have such a brown thumb, that I amaze myself if I can name one or two flowering plants. The different types of roses were gorgeous, as were the Iris and the Snapdragons. One of the flowering plants looked like either Foxgloves or Delphinium. I'm probably all wet with that as well. I did like the Rubrum Lily.
The Bougainvillea growing up the side of that house is spectacular!