Dosen’t this photo of breathtaking orchids make you forget your winter blahs? I was overjoyed when my sister, Carolyn, sent me this picture. To be able to create such natural beauty is a true gift!
The orchids I grew in Florida were nestled on tree branches. I loved the one I had with white petals edged with deep purple.
Today, you can often find great orchids at your grocery store or home stores such as HomeDepo, Lowe’s. You can bet a good florist will have them too.
Take a close look at the orchids above. Note the fairly small clay pot with stones rather than soil as the potting medium. The plant is growing on a small, east facing patio—in Key West.
You don’t have to grow yours in the sunny Keyes. Give one a try where you have bright, indirect light and plenty of humidity. Create humidity by misting your orchid with a small mister. Remember—don’t baby your new baby!
Please drop me a line and include a photo of your orchid, so I can share it on an upcoming post. I know everyone will be glad you did!
Ways to chase the blahs away:
- Enjoy a hot cup of tea.
- Curl up with a good book under a throw on the couch.
- Sleep in When it’s snowing and cold outside.
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The purpose of life is to discover your gift.
The work of life is to develop it.
The meaning of life is to give your life away.
— David Visconti —
Thanks for dropping by. Kathleen